Researcher finds 100K passwords, user IDs, on IEEE site

Researcher finds 100K passwords, user IDs, on IEEE site

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New A Danish graduate student said he was searching for research material on an IEEE FTP server last week when he stumbled upon the usernames and passwords of about 100,000 members of the professional association....
Researcher finds 100K passwords, user IDs, on IEEE site
         

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