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Hacking as Offensive Counter Intelligence

The OPM intrusion has grave implications for the personally identifiable information of the four million present and former employees whose data was compromised. As this post on Hacking as Offensive Counter Intelligence makes clear, however, the even graver damage to national security likely stems from the now-disclosed fact that among the data compromised was security background information on those holding security clearances in the US government. Here's a sample:

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