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SANDF denies it was hacked — again

The South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has again denied that the Department of Defence's network was hacked following claims of an alleged data breach last week.

In a statement on Saturday, 2 September 2023, the SANDF said the incident was the work of "criminal syndicates within the cyberspace" aided through information leaked from the department.
 
Luckily their systems are secure and there is nothing to be worried about "the cyberspace".

At least they have a (misplaced) sense of humour:
“The Department of Defence has policies in place that prohibit the unauthorised access and sharing of classified information,” stated Department of Defence communication head Siphiwe Dlamini.
 

"leaked by criminal syndicates" = properly hacked​

Translation: cadres are officially syndicated criminals.

Same old criminal cadres and cANCer putty shite, just a different day.

If they had any brain cells between them, they would have realised that claiming that syndicates leaked classified documents is actually worse than being hacked because it means all the cadres have to be investigated to see if they belong to a cANCer putty approved syndicate or not.
 
The big companies that got hacked propably forgot to put the correct policies in place.

“The Department of Defence has policies in place that prohibit the unauthorised access and sharing of classified information,” stated Department of Defence communication head Siphiwe Dlamini.
 
The fire's bro, the fire's, not the hack, breach, leak, or whatever the F it was..
Are we sure though? This could be the work of some old apartheid peoples who are looking to make a mockery of the SANDF?

I mean anything is possible here...
 
Are we sure though? This could be the work of some old apartheid peoples who are looking to make a mockery of the SANDF?

I mean anything is possible here...
Ate you referring to the people who left the door open? If so then it's an inside job. If it's not an inside job then it's a hack.
 
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