Millions of Texas Voter Records Exposed 🗳
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The stolen data supposedly included customers names, phone numbers, email addresses, and account balances.
The data — a single file containing an estimated 14.8 million records — was left on an unsecured server without a password. Texas has 19.3 million registered voters.
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