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“It doesn’t appear that any security fixes were done at all,” David Kennedy, CEO of the online security firm TrustedSec, told the Washington Free Beacon.
Kennedy said fundamental safeguards missing from Healthcare.gov that were identified by his company more than a month ago have yet to be put in place.
“There are a number of security concerns already with the website, and that’s without even actually hacking the site, that’s just a purely passive analysis of [it],” he said. “We found a number of critical exposures that were around sensitive information, the ability to hack into the site, things like that. We reported those issues and none of those appear to have been addressed at all.”
“States are required to notify in the event of a breach, the federal government is not,” he added.
“So in the event that Healthcare.gov gets compromised and all their information gets taken out of it they don’t have to notify anybody.”
They're relying on the hope that fluoride should have made us all too stupid to even care.
Pay the 1st year fine... er, tax, whatever and let the thing implode on itself
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You know what? if the obamacare BS gets worse, i'll invite you guys up here to Canada eh.