1.7 million secret documents of the Polish army published on the Internet – media

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Over 1.7 million secret documents of the Polish army found themselves in the network

There was a leak of information about weapons, ammunition, the availability of spare parts and uniforms of the troops.

More than 1.7 million secret documents about the activities of the Polish army were on the Internet in the public domain. About it informs onet.pl on Friday 14 January.

The publication indicates that information about weapons, ammunition, the availability of spare parts, uniforms of both the ground forces, the air force and the navy has leaked to the network. Also, part of the data concerned military equipment purchased by Poland from the United States, Germany and Israel.

“This material costs a lot of money. This is strategic data that Russian intelligence wants to receive. It provides the basis for an accurate calculation of what the material condition of military units is, what reserves we have, which units we consider priority and, generally speaking, what is the defense capability of our country”, – said the former head of the army counterintelligence, General Pyotr Pytel.

At the same time, there is no official confirmation of the leak from the army command yet.

It is noted that, presumably, the leak occurred in Bydgoszcz, where the logistics planning command of the armed forces support inspection is located as a result of an error by one of the employees.

Recall that Albania investigates data breach 630 thousand citizens. The databases distributed via WhatsApp contain data not only of ordinary citizens, but also of top officials, security officials and judges.

It was also reported that Secret documents leaked in China about Xi Jinping. The documents were submitted to the Uighur Tribunal, an independent people’s court in the UK.

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