Ph: 345,000 sensitive legal documents from the PH government have been exposed online
Vittoria Elliott reports:
For at least two months, some 345,000 sensitive court documents from the Office of the Solicitor General of the Philippines related to ongoing legal cases were made publicly available online and could have been accessed by anyone who knew where to look, according to the UK security company TurgenSec, which identified the data exposure. The firm says that the documents – which contained hundreds of instances of words like “rape,” “execution,” and “trafficking” – had been removed as of April 28, but some are still cached by Google’s search engine and can be found on the open web.
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