Trojan horse captured data on 2,300 Oregon taxpayers

Friday, 16 June 2006, 6:32 AM EST

The Oregon Department of Revenue has been contacting some 2,300 taxpayers this week to notify them that their names, addresses or Social Security numbers may have been stolen by a Trojan horse program downloaded accidentally by a former worker who was surfing pornographic sites while at work in January.

At PC World.

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