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Maybe the hack occurred on an api reporting server? The examples look like logs of api requests to something that generates PDF versions of credit reports, like an API a bank might use to access credit reports.

When you get your report it goes through a process of "generating" the report which you then download as a PDF. This could be logs from that generation service.

If the hackers got unrestricted access they may have found the API's logs and just copied them along with the PDFs?






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