Office of Personnel Management
But the agency fixed the issue after Motherboard reported it.
A promising signal of things to come?
That's the result of an "investigation," according to state media Xinhua.
China vehemently denies that its hackers were behind the breach.
The government originally reported that hackers stole 1.1 fingerprints after accessing Defense Department security clearance data earlier this spring.
After shutting down its security clearance application system, OPM goes old-style.
There is no real evidence that data from the massive breach at the Office of Personnel Management is being sold. That hasn't stopped people from saying so.
Fallout from the massive data breach at the Office of Personnel Management continues — but the ramifications of the theft of 18 million federal employees' personal info will be felt for years.
And the number could even be higher.
And their undercover operations might be at risk because of the OPM hack.
OPM keeps getting it wrong.