Singapore State Courts’ Digital Files Compromised by Filing System Loophole

Singapore’s State Courts revealed this week that 233 of its digital documents had been accessed without proper authorisation using a loophole in the Integrated Criminal Case Filing and Management System (ICMS).


The filing system, which is used to support the Accused Person online portal, can be accessed by the accused using SingPass, the country’s e-citizen account used to access e-government services.


While the e-case files had not been tampered with and the integrity of ongoing proceedings were not affected, the accessed documents had names, addresses, gender of the accused involved in the case, details about the offences, and status of the court case.



Source: ZDNet

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