Application Security // Database Security
11/20/2012
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Slide Show: 2012 Pastebin Pinups

Some of the most embarrassing dumps of leaked databases, exposed corporate IP and breached customer records in 2012
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True, news of the Stratfor breach that exposed 50,000 customer credit cards first broke the day after Christmas last year, but the "lulzy" release of Stratfor's email files made waves on Pastebin starting this January, first with a few embarrassing leaks and then culminating in a dump of 5 million emails from the Stratfor data stores in February.

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