November 04, 2013

How To Hack Without Really Trying

Just sign up, they'll do the rest for you.

Justin Hadley logged on to to evaluate his insurance options after his health plan was canceled. What he discovered was an apparent security flaw that disclosed eligibility letters addressed to individuals from another state.

I was in complete shock, said Hadley, who contacted Heritage after becoming alarmed at the breach of privacy.

After learning of the privacy breach, Dougall spent Friday evening trying to contact representatives from to no avail; he spent an hour waiting on the telephone and an online chat session was unhelpful. He also wrote to Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Tim Scott (R-SC), along with Representative Joe Wilson (R-SC).

I want my personal information off of that website, Dougall said.

Too late Mr. Dougall, the site clearly states in the comments section (available under view source on your browser) that the government now owns your personal information and they are free to do with it as they please and if they send it to say someone else, you can't sue them for doing their job because they are the government.

See how this works, its similar to Sodomy, you're um, yeah that.

By Howie at 01:51 PM | Comments |