Skip to comments.Woman Signs Up For Obamacare And Has Identity Stolen
Posted on 11/20/2013 10:50:42 AM PST by sevinufnine
Experts warnings of Obamacare websites complete lack of security apparently have been justified. The website gave at least 3 unknown individuals access to a womans Social Security number, address, and other data that could be used for identity theft.
Customer service operators at Healthcare.govs 1-800 number told Lisa Martinson about the unauthorized access when she called in to change her password. When Martinson asked for her information to be removed from the site she was told it would take 5 days.
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And it begins.
Osters concerns were even more troubling than McAfees. His charges against healthcare.gov included:
ICCS, the international governing body for cyber security, refused to certify healthcare.gov a secure site because it didnt meet cyber security standards. They launched that site knowing that there were grave concerns in the security, Oster said.
When it was launched Healthcare.gov didnt comply with the federal governments rules for online security.
An Obama administration memo obtained by Congress indicates that the administration EXEMPTED healthcare.gov from the normal cyber security procedures for federal websites.
One of the main concerns Oster had about Healthcare.gov is that it redirects users to other websites without having them pass through additional layers of security.
Colossal fail. Trainwreck.
We KNEW this would happen. This was a forgone conclusion from the very beginning. They’re going to use this as a “crisis.”
John McAfee said that there is NO WAY to fix the holes in the security at healthcare.gov.
From a security standpoint you cannot fix these holes without completely redoing the architecture and that means throw the thing out and start over, McAfee said.
McAfee predicted that the administration will make a cosmetic fix of healthcare.gov that will look good but the site will still be filled with holes. He also predicted there will be more problems as more and more people use the site.
Healthcare.gov is a Nigerian e-Mail scammer’s wet dream...................
Impeach, fire, remove all involved. Repeal.
“When it was launched Healthcare.gov didnt comply with the federal governments rules...”
Obama didn’t comply with the rules when he ran for president. Why would anything else he does be any different?
“Healthcare.gov is a Nigerian e-Mail scammers wet dream...................”
I couldn’t have said it better myself.
Stolen? You gave it to them.
Difference between a government-run ‘business’ and a business. If the business is poorly designed and lets criminals get your data, they are responsible. If the government deliberately ignores all standard practices and forces people to use a website with large security holes, you are up the creek and have no recourse.
“Obama didnt comply with the rules when he ran for president. Why would anything else he does be any different?”
This administration reminds me of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.....
Sadly Obama is going to provide amnesty to millions of illegals (who will vote Democrat) and we already have 40-some % of folks who are welfare lovers. I’m very worried. :<(
After a recent wave of identify thefts, the FBI estimates there are over 500 fake Obamacare websites set up for the sole purpose of stealing your personal information.
So protect yourself and remember: the real one is the one that doesn't work.
Scrap the whole thing and don’t start over. Just get rid of it.
What a communist cluster! F.....
If you voted for it you deserve it!
Eat Your Peas!
In the end, though, they cannot sustain what they’re doing.
It will collapse. Probably soon, considering that they just added another 5 Trillion to the debt in the past 45 days.
No, I didn’t vote for him and I don’t wish to sign up. How do I avoid someone else’s idiot voting choice?
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