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Review of the data leakage of the The Professional Liability Fund

Hello community. Today is a review of The Professional Liability Fund data breach. A few words about the company itself: “The Professional Liability Fund (PLC) was established in 1977 in accordance with state law (ORS 9.080) and with the approval of OSB members. PLF began its operations on July 1, 1978 and since that date has been a mandatory provider of primary negligence insurance for lawyers (more than 7,000 people) in the state of Oregon, the only U.S. state in which such insurance is mandatory. Professional Liability Fund corporate office is located in 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd Ste 300, Portland , Oregon, 97224, United States and has 68 employees.” The data leak includes a lot of personal data of employees, access to email correspondence, audio messages, account passwords, customer address books, financial documents, checks, reporting documentation, company audits, payment invoices, credit card transactions, as well as all company contracts.I am sure that this data leak will find its consumer. Watch my video review, and if you are interested, download the leaked data to study for yourself. As always, you can download data in any way convenient for you from my website or telegram channel. Traditional thanks to the management of The Professional Liability Fund for the data provided. Don’t skimp on information security. Always yours. Robert.

I remind you that I am providing all data from the public segment of the Internet solely for the purpose of familiarizing myself with possible information security problems. I am not engaged in illegal activities and I do not advise you. If any data block is unavailable, please let me know in the comments

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