Episode 988 – Nuclear Secrets Leaked Through Online Flashcard Services

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Data leaks can happen anywhere through any action on the Internet whether intentional or not. This epsiode talks about how highly sensitive nuclear secrets were discovered on popular flashcard services.

Source: https://techbeacon.com/security/flashcard-study-apps-expose-nuclear-secrets-all

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