New York Times Internal Network Hacked

How open proxies and default passwords led to Adrian Lamo padding his rolodex with 3,000 op-ed writers, from William F. Buckley Jr. to Jimmy Carter

Security holes in the New York Times internal network left sensitive databases exposed to hackers, including a file containing Social Security numbers and home phone numbers for contributors to the Times op-ed page, SecurityFocus Online has learned.

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