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Healthcare.Gov hacked. Thank you Obama

by James Denison / September 8, 2014 2:17 PM PDT
http://forums.cnet.com/7726-6132_102-5611930.html

"The Wall Street Journal is reporting that a hacker managed to break into the US Government's HealthCare.gov health insurance comparison website in July, and managed to implant malware."

now for a Lie?

"So we have to hope that the Department of Health and Human Services is right when it says in its review of the security breach it determined that the hacked server "did not contain consumer personal information; data was not transmitted outside the agency, and the website was not specifically targeted.""

another link from that post.

"Other experts advise officials to carefully analyze the breach because the attackers might have gained access to sensitive data.

"I hope the incident response teams and forensics teams are taking a really good, hard look at the breach evidence. Having the ability to upload 'malicious software' typically means the hacker had significant access to the web server. If the hacker really had the ability to upload arbitrary software to the web server, they certainly had the ability to steal healthcare data if they desired," Billy Rios, director of threat intelligence at Qualys, said in an emailed statement. "
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Obama says
by JP Bill / September 8, 2014 9:31 PM PDT

You're welcome.

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How is this Obama's fault
by Diana Forum moderator / September 8, 2014 11:22 PM PDT

Is it the CEOs' fault that Home Depot and Target and Sam's Club and all the others got hacked?

It happens. How many other government agencies got hacked?

Diana

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Obama hacked the Health Care site for the Affordable
by Rob_Boyter / September 9, 2014 12:55 AM PDT

Care Act? I didn`t think he was that computer literate.

And did you blame Bush when the Pentagon was Hacked? or any other sitting President when other Government sites were hacked? How about the CEO`s or at least the Corporate Cabal when any Corporations were hacked?

Your want of reason, let alone reasonableness continues to be a thing of wonder. A seven year old can discriminate between the kid who hit him in the sandbox, and the loving parent who built the sandbox in the first place. I`d concentrate on a bit more personal growth and a little less indiscriminate blame for everyone you hate.

Rob

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