Discovered by UpGuard defense researcher Chris Vickery, the databases were entitled “CENTCOM-backup,” “CENTCOM-archive,” and “pacom-archive.”

Based on their titles, it was obvious the databases related to US Central Command (CENTCOM) and US Pacific Command (PACOM), two of the DOD’s combatant command operations.

According to the researcher, the data received from the databases did not include any sensible details. Instead, the databases were constructed by scraping the Internet for publicly available social media posts, forum posts, blogs, news comments, and similar postings.


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