Chronology of Data Breaches
Security Breaches 2005 - Present

Posted Date: April 20, 2005
Updated Date: December 31, 2013

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867,951,632 RECORDS BREACHED
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from 4,329 DATA BREACHES made public since 2005

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Date Made Public Name Entity Type
February 19, 2009 University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida
EDU HACK

97,200

(877) 657-9133

A foreign hacker gained access to a University of Florida computer system containing the personal information of students, faculty and staff. The files included the names and Social Security numbers of individuals who used UF's Grove computer system since 1996.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 97,200

March 11, 2005 University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California
EDU PORT

98,400

A laptop containing the Social Security numbers of doctoral degree recipients from 1976 to 1999, graduate students enrolled between 1989 and 2003, and graduate school applicants between fall 2001 and spring of 2004 was stolen.  Birth dates and addresses for about one-third of the affected people were also on the laptop.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 98,369

September 15, 2008 Forever21
Los Angeles, California
BSR HACK

98,930

(888) 757-4447, http://www.forever21.com/notice/notice.html

If you shopped at the stores between November 26, 2003, and October 24, 2005, criminals may have hijacked your credit and debit card numbers from its computers. Approximately 20,500 of these numbers were obtained from the Fresno store transaction data. The data included credit and debit card numbers and in some instances expiration dates and other card data, but did not include customer name and address.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 98,930

May 5, 2009 Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections
Atlanta, Georgia
GOV PHYS

99,000

Boxes were found in a trash bin at Atlanta Technical College. They contained about 75,000 voter registration application cards and 24,000 precinct cards. Many of the documents contained personal information on active voters, such as full names and Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 99,000

February 25, 2005 PayMaxx
Miramar, Florida
BSF DISC

100,000

A software glitch at PayMaxx Inc., a Franklin, Tenn., payroll processing company, accidentally revealed personal financial information on as many as 100,000 individuals, including Social Security numbers. The problem arose in a PayMaxx feature that enabled employees to use the Internet to get their W-2 forms, the standard tax information form issued by companies to their employees.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

August 9, 2005 University of Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
EDU HACK

100,000

A server containing library archival databases was hacked.  The server included names and Social Security numbers of former University employees.  The University issued a warning that people may try to get personal information by posing as University officials involved in the investigation.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

September 10, 2005 Kent State University
Kent, Ohio
EDU STAT

100,000

Five desktop computers were stolen from the locked offices of two deans. Names, Social Security numbers, and grades were on the computers.  The information goes back to 2000 for students and 2002 for instructors.  Affected students and professors were alerted by the University.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

December 1, 2005 First Trust Bank
Memphis, Tennessee
BSF PORT

100,000

A man claiming to be a janitor bypassed security and stole a laptop from the bank.  The laptop contained Social Security numbers and other personal information of current and former customers.  Affected customers were contacted and the theft was caught on tape.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

July 7, 2006 Naval Safety Center, United States Navy
Norfolk, Virginia
GOV DISC

100,000

The SSNs and other personal information of more than 100,000 naval and Marine Corps aviators and air crew, both active and reserve, were exposed on the Center website and on 1,100 computer discs mailed to naval commands.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

May 5, 2007 Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
Crystal City, Virginia
GOV PORT

100,000

A computer hard drive containing payroll data from January 2002 to August 2005 including employee names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, bank account and routing information of current and former workers including airport security officers and federal air marshals was stolen.

UPDATE (5/14/07) The American Federation of Government Employees is suing the TSA for the loss of the hard drive. It calls the breach a violation of the Privacy Act.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

July 16, 2007 Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
Arlington, Virginia
GOV PORT

100,000

Authorities realized in May a storage device was missing from TSA headquarters. The drive contained historical payroll data, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, time and leave datas, bank account, routing information, and details about financial allotments and deductions.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

November 1, 2008 Baylor Health Care System Inc.
Dallas, Texas
MED PORT

100,000 (7,400 were SSN)

 (800) 554-5281

A laptop computer containing limited health information on 100,000 patients was stolen from an employee's car. Included were 7,400 patients whose Social Security numbers were stored on the computer.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

March 11, 2009 Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York
EDU STAT

100,000

Binghamton University kept payment information for every student, possibly dating back at least ten years in a storage area next to one of the most trafficked lecture halls on campus, behind a door that was not only unlocked but taped open. The information itself contained Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, scans of tax forms, business information (including Social Security numbers and salary information for employees of students' parents), asylum records and more, all kept in a haphazard and disorganized fashion, sprawled out in boxes, in unlocked (yet lockable) filing cabinets and shelving units. If the information inside the room pertained only to the current students enrolled and their parents that would mean the story would effect, roughly, forty-two thousand people. However, because the information goes back at least ten years, if not more, the potential number of people effect lies well in the hundred thousands.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

April 11, 2009 Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates
Salisbury, Maryland
MED PORT

100,000

As many as 100,000 patients of Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates are being warned to protect themselves against identity theft after tapes containing patient information were stolen. Patients also were advised to keep an eye on benefits statements from their health insurance companies since they may also be at risk for medical identity theft. The records from Peninsula Orthopaedic were stolen March 25 while in transport to an off-site storage facility. Patients' personal information including their Social Security numbers, employers and health insurance plan numbers may have been among the information stolen.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

May 2, 2012 Florida Department of Children and Families
Tallahassee, Florida
GOV DISC

100,000

The information of Florida child care workers was placed on a state website.  The information was not password protected and could have been found through an internet search. An unnamed vendor working for the state of Florida was responsible for placing the information online.  Florida daycare workers may have had their dates of birth, names, and Social Security numbers exposed. It is not clear how long the information was exposed.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

November 10, 2012 Alere Home Monitoring, Inc.
Livermore, California
MED PORT

100,000

The September 23 theft of an employee's unencrypted laptop resulted in the exposure of information of over 100,000 patients.  The laptop was stolen from the employee's home.  Names, Social Security numbers, addresses, and diagnosis information of patients taking drugs to prevent blood clots were exposed. Alere became aware of the breach on October 1.

 
Information Source:
PHIPrivacy.net
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

February 22, 2013 Crescent Health Inc., Walgreens
Anaheim, California
MED STAT

100,000

Desktop computer hardware was stolen from the Anaheim Billing Center of Crescent Healthcare, Inc. on December 28, 2012.  The theft was discovered on Monday, December 31 and reported to law enforcement.  Names, Social Security numbers, health insurance identification numbers, health insurance information, dates of birth, diagnoses, other medical information, disability codes, addresses, and phone numbers may have been exposed.

UPDATE (04/03/2013): Over 100,000 people were affected.

 
Information Source:
California Attorney General
records from this breach used in our total: 100,000

November 27, 2006 Greenville County School District
Greenville, South Carolina
EDU STAT

At least 101,000 students and employees

School district computers sold to the WH Group at auctions between 1999 and early 2006 contained the birth dates, SSNs, driver's license numbers and Department of Juvenile Justice records of approximately 100,000 students. The computers also held sensitive data for more than 1,000 school district employees.

UPDATE(12/10/06): A judge ordered the WH Group to return the computers and the confidential data on them to the school district.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 101,000

August 3, 2012 Memorial Healthcare System (MHS)
,
MED INSD

102,153

MHS discovered a second breach during the process of investigating a dishonest employee's misuse of patient data in January of 2012.  Employees of affiliated physicians' offices may have improperly accessed patient information through a web portal used by physicians who provide care and treatment at MHS.  Patient names, Social security numbers, and dates of birth may have been accessed during the period between January 1, 2011 and July 5, 2012.  

 
Information Source:
HHS via PHIPrivacy.net
records from this breach used in our total: 102,153

February 27, 2008 Health Net Federal Services
Rancho Cordova, California
MED DISC

103,000

Thousands of doctors in eleven states had their personal information openly posted on a company website. Social Security numbers were part of the personal information exposed. The states involved include Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky and West Virginia.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 103,000

October 15, 2009 Virginia Department of Education
Richmond, Virginia
EDU PORT

103,000

(877) 347-5224

A flash drive containing the personal information of more than 103,000 former adult education students in Virginia was misplaced. The information included names, Social Security numbers and employment and demographic information. The flash drive contained information on all students who finished an adult education course in Virginia from April 2007 through June 2009 or who passed a high school equivalency test between January 2001 and June 2009.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 103,000

August 16, 2013 U.S. Department of Energy
Washington, District Of Columbia
GOV UNKN

104,000 (5,711 confirmed)

An unspecified security incident caused the personal information of current and former employees to be exposed.  No classified data was lost.

UPDATE (08/30/2013): An August 29 memo revealed that the system that was hacked was called DOEInfo.  A total of 2,539 current employees and 3,172 former employees were affected.  Names, Social Security numbers, and dates of birth were exposed.

UPDATE (09/03/2013): Approximately 53,000 current and former federal employees, employee dependents and contractors had their information exposed.  The incident occurred in July of 2013.

UPDATE (10/22/2013): The Department of Energy revised the number of affected current and former employees to 104,000.

UPDATE (12/13/2013): Up to 150,000 employees may have been affected.

UPDATE (12/17/2013): A federal audit revealed that the Department of Energy had received warnings about the security of its information systems, yet failed to act.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 104,000

April 11, 2005 Tufts University
Boston, Massachusetts
EDU HACK

106,000

RuffaloCODY is the software management company.

The University's donor database was breached sometime in late 2004.  The database was managed by a software company for nonprofit organizations named RuffaloCODY.  Letters were sent to the alumni who may have had their personal information stolen.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 106,000

August 28, 2007 Connecticut Department of Revenue Services
Hartford, Connecticut
GOV PORT

106,000

A computer laptop with the names and Social Security numbers of more than 100,000 Connecticut taxpayers has been stolen. The Department of Revenue Services intends to launch a web page soon that residents can search to determine whether their personal information was stored on the laptop.

UPDATE (9/14/07): More than 2 dozen state laptops have gone missing since July 2006.

UPDATE (10/19/07): A supervisor at the state Department of Revenue Services was suspended without pay. His computer was stolen from his car in August at a hotel in New York. Police say it was possible the vehicle was not locked because there were no signs of a break-in.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 106,000

December 16, 2010 Twin America LLC, CitySights NY
New York, New York
BSO HACK

110,000

On or around October 25 a web programmer discovered that malicious script had been placed on the server. The script appears to have been uploaded on September 26 and had allowed access to the customer database multiple times between that date and October 19. Customer names, credit card numbers, credit card expiration dates, CVV2 data, addresses and email addresses may have been exposed.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 110,000

February 20, 2013 Central Hudson Gas & Electric
Poughkeepsie, New York
NGO HACK

110,000

Central Hudson learned of a cyber attack that occurred over President's Day weekend.  Customers were notified the day after the holiday and encouraged to monitor their bank accounts and credit reports.  Customer banking information and other personal information may have been accessed during the attack.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 110,000

July 24, 2012 Wisconsin Department of Revenue
Madison, Wisconsin
GOV DISC

110,795

An annual sales report contained the Social Security and tax identification numbers of people and businesses who sold property in Wisconsin in 2011.  The report was available online between April 5, 2012 and July 23, 2012 and meant for real estate professionals.  The report was accessed a total of 138 times before being taken down.  Sensitive seller information was in an an embedded file included in an Microsoft Access file which showed sales data. A total of 110,795 sales were made in Wisconsin in 2011, but not everyone who made a sale provided their Social Security or tax identification number for the paperwork.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 110,795

September 11, 2007 Gander Mountain
Greensburg, Pennsylvania
BSR STAT

112,000

Somebody either lost or stole a computer potentially containing the credit card information of anyone who has shopped at the Greensburg store since it first opened more than five years ago. Gander Mountain said credit card information for 112,000 customers of its Greensburg store might have been compromised. That includes 10,000 records with names, card numbers and expiration dates.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 112,000

July 29, 2006 Sentry Insurance
Stevens Point, Wisconsin
BSF INSD

112,270 

Personal information including SSNs on worker's compensation claimants was stolen, some of which was later sold on the Internet. At least 72 claimants of the 112,270 who may have had their information accessed had their information sold.  No medical records were included. The thief was a lead programmer-consultant who had access to claimants' data. The consultant was arrested and faces felony charges.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 112,270

July 26, 2013 St. Mary's Bank
Manchester, New Hampshire
BSF HACK

115,775

Current and former members may have had their Social Security numbers, transaction records, and other personal information exposed due ot malware that was found on an employee's office computer.  The malware was discovered on May 26 and St. Mary's began mailing letters on July 12.  The malware could have been on up to 23 work stations as early as February.  There has been no evidence of names, Social Security numbers, addresses, account numbers, transaction records, or other sensitive information being accessed by an unauthorized individual so far.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 115,775

March 11, 2005 Boston College
Boston, Massachusetts
EDU HACK

120,000

A hacker gained access to a phone banking database that included alumni addresses and Social Security numbers.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 120,000

August 20, 2013 League of Legends, Riot Games
Santa Monica, California
BSO HACK

120,000

A security breach has resulted in the usernames, email addresses, first and last names, and encrypted passwords of League of Legends users to be exposed.  About 120,000 transaction records from 2011 may have been accessed.  The transaction records contained hashed and salted (encrypted) credit card numbers. The information was stored on a system that had not been used since 2011.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 120,000

June 26, 2014 Splash Car Wash
Greenwich, Connecticut
BSR HACK

120,000

Splash car wash has notified approximately 30,000 customers of a data breach to their system when malwar was found on their point of sale system at several of their locations affecting and potentially breaching credit card data.

The car wash operates 13 locations in New York and Connecticut and was alerted by American Express of the breach. As soon as customers swiped their cards, the information was stolen, not giving the companies system time to encrypt the data. The breach is being investigated by authorities.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 120,000

May 25, 2012 Serco, Inc., Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
Reston, Virginia
BSF HACK

123,201

One of the computers used by the contractor Serco to support the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board (FRTIB) was the target of a sophisticated cyber attack.  Thrift Savings Plan participants and others who received TSP payments may have had their information exposed. However, there is no evidence that the entire TSP network of 4.5 million participants was breached. A total of 43,587 participants may have had their Social Security numbers, names, and addresses compromised. An additional 80,000 may have had their Social Security numbers and no other information compromised. The attack appears to have occurred in July of 2011 and was discovered through an FBI investigation in April of 2012.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 123,201

April 9, 2013 Kirkwood Community College
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
EDU HACK

125,000

Hackers accessed Kirkwood Community College's website and applicant database system on March 13.  Anyone who applied to a Kirkwood Campus may have had their names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, race, and contact information exposed.  People who applied to take Kirkwood college-credit classes between February 25, 2005 and March 13, 2013 were affected.

 
Information Source:
Media
records from this breach used in our total: 125,000

August 10, 2010 College Center for Library Automation (CCLA)
Tallahassee, Florida
GOV DISC

126,000

Personal data from students, faculty and staff from six colleges was accessible through an Internet search for five days. The information may have included full names, Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers, and Florida identification card numbers. The institutions were Broward College, Florida State College at Jacksonville, Northwest Florida State College, Pensacola State College, South Florida Community College, and Tallahassee Community College.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 126,000

April 8, 2008 WellPoint
Indianapolis, Indiana
BSO DISC

128,000

Personal information that may have included Social Security numbers and pharmacy or medical data for customers in several states was exposed online over the past year.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 128,000

July 24, 2008 Saint Mary's Regional Medical Center
Reno, Nevada
MED HACK

128,000

An unauthorized person may have accessed the St. Mary's database. The database, used for Saint Mary's health education classes and wellness programs, contained personal information such as names and addresses, limited health information and some Social Security numbers. The database did not contain medical records or credit card information.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 128,000

October 21, 2005 Wilcox Memorial Hospital
Lihue, Hawaii
MED PORT

130,000

A backup computer data drive containing medical record numbers, addresses, names and Social Security numbers of current and former patients was lost.  Letters have been sent to affected patients.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 130,000

February 8, 2007 St. Mary's Hospital
Leonardtown, Maryland
MED PORT

130,000

A laptop was stolen in December that contained names, SSNs, and birthdates for many of the Hospital's patients.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 130,000

December 31, 2009 Eastern Washington University
Cheney, Washington
EDU HACK

130,000

Eastern Washington University is trying to notify up to 130,000 current or former students whose names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth were on a computer network involved in a security breach. The student information goes back to 1987. The notification process could take up to two weeks. The University recently discovered the breach during an assessment of its network. Information-technology staff also discovered that the hacker installed software to store and share video files on the system.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 130,000

February 6, 2007 Merchant America
Camarillo, California
BSR HACK

130,000

A hacker gained access to a customer database. Customers who made transactions with merchants that Merchant America provides payment processing services to may have had their names, bank account numbers and driver's license numbers exposed.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 130,000

June 30, 2010 Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center
Bronx, New York
MED PORT

130,495

Multiple CDs containing patient personal information were lost in transit by FedEx. Information included dates of birth, driver's license numbers, descriptions of medical procedures, addresses, and Social Security numbers. Siemens Medical Solutions USA, the Hospital's billing contractor, shipped the CDs around March 16th. They were never received.

 
Information Source:
PHIPrivacy.net
records from this breach used in our total: 130,495

August 13, 2009 National Guard Bureau
Arlington, Virginia
GOV PORT

131,000

An Army contractor had a laptop stolen containing personal information on 131,000 soldiers. The stolen laptop contained personal information on soldiers enrolled in the Army National Guard Bonus and Incentives Program. The data includes names, Social Security numbers, incentive payment amounts and payment dates.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 131,000

August 9, 2006 U.S. Department of Transportation
Washington, District Of Columbia
GOV PORT

132,470

(800) 424-9071,  hotline@oig.dot.gov

The DOT's Office of the Inspector General reported a special agent's laptop was stolen on July 27 from a government-owned vehicle in Miami, FL, parked in a restaurant parking lot. It contained names, addresses, SSNs, and dates of birth for 80,670 persons issued commercial drivers licenses in Miami-Dade County, 42,800 persons in FL with FAA pilot certificates and 9,000 persons with FL driver's licenses.

UPDATE (11/21/06):A suspect was arrested in the same parking lot where the theft occurred, but the laptop has not been recovered. Investigators found a theft ring operating in the vicinity of the restaurant parking lot.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 132,470

April 12, 2011 Oklahoma State Department of Health
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
GOV PORT

133,000

People who might have been affected may call 1-888-278-7134 or email contactosdh@health.ok.gov.

An agency laptop and 50 pages of medical information were stolen from an employee's car on April 6. A database with information from the Oklahoma Birth Defects Registry was on the laptop. Data from hospital medical records were recorded on the laptop. The Oklahoma Birth Defects Registry uses the information to track and reduce the prevalence of birth defects. Notifications of the breach state that parent and child names, Social Security numbers, addresses, birth dates, medical records and medical test results may have been exposed. Notifications also warn that any phone calls or mail sent to home addresses that request Social Security numbers should be thoroughly investigated.

 
Information Source:
PHIPrivacy.net
records from this breach used in our total: 133,000

February 7, 2007 Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland
MED PORT

52,000 past and present employees plus 83,000 patients

Johns Hopkins reported the disappearance of 9 backup computer tapes containing personal information of employees and patients.  Eight of the tapes contained payroll information on 52,000 past and present employees, including SSNs and in some cases bank account numbers. The 9th tape contained less sensitive information about 83,000 hospital patients.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 135,000

May 2, 2006 Ohio University
Athens, Ohio
EDU HACK

300,000 (137,000 SSNs)

http://www.ohio.edu/datasecurity/

Hackers accessed a computer system of the school's alumni relations department that included biographical information and 137,000 Social Security numbers of alum.

UPDATE (8/30/07) : An Ohio judge has granted a motion to dismiss a case against Ohio University (OU) regarding security breaches of the school's computer systems that compromised alumni data. The two alumni who filed the lawsuit wanted OU to pay for credit monitoring services for everyone whose data were compromised. The judge said the pair had not proven that they had suffered damages for which they could be compensated.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 137,000

July 6, 2010 Massachusetts Secretary of State Office
Boston, Massachusetts
GOV PHYS

139,000

In an attempt to release public information from the Securities Division, the Massachusetts Secretary of State's office released the Social Security and driver's license information of 139,000 investment advisers registered with the state. The information was sent on a CD-ROM sent to IA Week, an investment industry publication.

 
Information Source:
Databreaches.net
records from this breach used in our total: 139,000

July 7, 2010 Massachusetts Secretary of State, Securities Division
Boston, Massachusetts
GOV PORT

139,000

The Massachusetts Secretary of State's office accidentally released confidential personal information earlier this year on 139,000 investment advisers registered with the state. The data, including the advisers' Social Security numbers, were on a CD-ROM sent to IA Week, an investment industry publication that had requested public information from the Securities Division. Secretary of State IA Week had asked for a list of registered investment companies. The Securities Division responded by sending a list of individual investment professionals. In addition to their names and Social Security numbers, this list included their dates and locations of birth, height, weight, hair color, and eye color.

 
Information Source:
Dataloss DB
records from this breach used in our total: 139,000

Breach Total
867,951,632 RECORDS BREACHED
(Please see explanation about this total.)
from 4,329 DATA BREACHES made public since 2005
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