Stolen Florida laptop nets 133,000 identities

Friday, 11 August 2006, 6:17 PM EST

A federal agent's stolen laptop in Florida has put 133,000 people's personal identities at risk.

In what is becoming a regular occurrance with U.S. government and military organizations, the laptop was stolen from a vehicle and contained sensitive personal information on individuals that was not encrypted in any way.

At SecurityFocus.

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