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Security breach: The lost USB memory stick holding sensitive details The Department for Work and Pensions insisted that the system's security has not been breached, but a computer expert told The Mail on Sunday that in the wrong hands the data on the memory stick could enable hackers to access personal details of the 12million people who have registered on the system, including their passwords.Users trying to log on to the site yesterday were met by the message: 'The Government Gateway is temporarily offline. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.' The Government also closed down access to self-assessment tax applications via the Revenue and Customs website.For the past six years, the £18million Gateway system has enabled members of the public and businesses to gain access to hundreds of services from 50 Whitehall departments, including self-assessment tax returns, VAT returns, pension entitlements and child benefit.This year alone, 1.8million people have submitted their tax returns on the system.
Members of the public registering for the service have to provide their personal details, which can include names, addresses, wages, National Insurance numbers and credit card details.
The lost memory stick was found two weeks ago outside a Brewers Fayre chain pub in Cannock, Staffordshire, but the Department of Work and Pensions, which owns the Government Gateway, was made aware of its loss only last week when the 2in device was passed to this newspaper.
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