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The Nebraska Supreme Court confirmed Thursday that hackers breached the agency’s internal intranet.The self-described anti-US government group SiegedSec claimed credit for the hack and said online that they are targeting states with legislation limiting gender-affirming care.A statement from the judicial branch said, “There was no compromise of sensitive data related to court cases or personally identifiable information.””Even though you think you’re secure, there’s seems to always be a way for someone like this to potentially get into your system,” Corey Steel, Nebraska Court administrator, said. Steel is confident the hackers did not access any sensitive information.”There is no personal identifiable information. There is no court case information,” Steel said.KETV Investigates reviewed the data leak, including a Nebraska probation personnel list, which does include some cell phone numbers.”There’s the potential that they would have if they were, which they were on our internal intranet, so they potentially could have had access to other documents,” Steel said.Get the latest headlines from KETV NewsWatch 7

The Nebraska Supreme Court confirmed Thursday that hackers breached the agency’s internal intranet.

The self-described anti-US government group SiegedSec claimed credit for the hack and said online that they are targeting states with legislation limiting gender-affirming care.

A statement from the judicial branch said, “There was no compromise of sensitive data related to court cases or personally identifiable information.”

“Even though you think you’re secure, there’s seems to always be a way for someone like this to potentially get into your system,” Corey Steel, Nebraska Court administrator, said.

Steel is confident the hackers did not access any sensitive information.

“There is no personal identifiable information. There is no court case information,” Steel said.

KETV Investigates reviewed the data leak, including a Nebraska probation personnel list, which does include some cell phone numbers.

“There’s the potential that they would have if they were, which they were on our internal intranet, so they potentially could have had access to other documents,” Steel said.

Get the latest headlines from KETV NewsWatch 7

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