In July, a freedom of information activist dumped an unredacted cache of text messages allegedly hacked from Manafort's daughter's phone.
More than 300 data reels, some from Apollo-Era missions, were discovered in a deceased Pennsylvania man’s basement, FOIA documents reveal.
Ciphr claims the data dump is the work of a rival company, according to an alleged message sent to victims.
A daily reminder to change your passwords.
This comes on top of those nearly 30,000 employee details.
The hacker says he accessed the data by compromising the email account of a Department of Justice employee.
As apps go, this one is pretty douchey.
The company feared "a data leak resulting in a class action lawsuit against us."