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Ex-Employees Admit to Getting Revenge on Their Former Companies — Here's How It fits into the bigger picture of workers' discontent across the U.S.

By Amanda Breen Originally published


Revenge is a dish best served…via cyberspace?

It is according to research from PasswordManager.com, which surveyed 1,000 U.S. workers who had access to company passwords at their previous jobs — and found that 10% used those passwords to disrupt company activities after they left.

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