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    Nice of them to delete the data

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      Right? Imagine if they had exfiltrated everything; this could be much worse. This seems like it might be a greyhat effort to get people to secure their databases, especially given the whole metaphor of cats dropping things off of tables and filling the empty air with their meows. That’s just too funny to be an accident.

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      I agree that potentially sensitive data is better off wiped than exposed ~nya.

      Kudos to the cats behind these attacks.

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          jumpin all…nimbly-bimbly from tree to tree

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          Why the heck is this called meow?

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            It’s not a valid security vulnerability/event unless it has a trademarked name, logo, and website.

            Joking aside, arstechnica reports that the ‘attack’ leaves behind one word: meow