Aug 112016

Quick note to point out that three of TheDarkOverlord’s victims have reported their breaches to HHS, although the numbers they report do not always match what had been claimed by TDO and previously reported in the media:

  • Midwest Orthopedic Pain and Spine reported that 29,153 patients (not 48,000) were affected;
  • Athens Orthopedic Clinic reported that 201,000 patients (not 397,000) were affected; and
  • Prosthetic & Orthotic Care, Inc. reported that 23,015 patients were affected which is very close to what TDO had claimed).

Oddly, perhaps, Athens Orthopedic Clinic reported the incident as “Unauthorized Access/Disclosure” as opposed to Hacking/IT Incident, which I think is the more appropriate classification for what happened and what the other two victims reported.


  10 Responses to “Three TheDarkOverlord incidents appear on HHS’s public breach tool”

  1. Okay… He sent me the farmington database, which I encrypted and emailed off to the FBI. The password to that file is 123456780

  2. Oh I sent it to Tor Ekeland that file.. So… well.. I don’t think Tor would use the info.

  3. Oh it appears I emailed it to you as well.. Well… I recall it would have to be converted to a fixed length or something. That file was whack

  4. Witnesses… I looked it up in my pretend lawyer book. 😉

  5. I live in GA and know SO many families who are affected by this. The local paper and AOC are not being truly upfront with how serious the situation is. I passed onto my friends what I’ve learned from your research and they have taken measures to hopefully prevent further damage to their lives.

    Thank you for providing truth–seriously–it’s so rare these days.

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