A Fox News database, that was not password-protected, allowed access to about 13 million Fox News records.
National News Company Hacked
The files contained information about Fox News affiliate stations, storage details, internal Fox emails, usernames, employee ID numbers, and more. According to reports, one folder contained 65,000 names of famous people, members of the cast and crew, and their internal Fox identification reference numbers.
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