hey if they can uncover this "warrantless wiretapping" - I will be forever greatful. This isn't soo bad, its just login info. Just hope they don't use the same username and password on everything, cuz that's foolish.
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This is pretty bad, because with the right username and password you can get access to a WHOLE LOT of information.
The Gov't uses a lot of different websites which contain web based file sharing, email, etc.
There is potentially a lot of information they can get ahold of.
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Username/password are almost non-existent on military networks now. Military access is through a Common Access Card (CAC)/PIN combination, so unless you have the military members CAC and PIN you will not gain access to anything that isn't available on the DOD's public sites.
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