State Web site sees security breach

Monday, 19 February 2007, 1:45 AM EST

The state Office of Technology has sent letters to 5,600 citizens and businesses notifying them that a security breach at the state Web site allowed a hacker to view their credit card numbers.

The state learned of the breach on Jan. 25 and started mailing out notices the second week of February, according to Christopher Cotterill, director of the state's IN.gov Web site.

At The Times Online.

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