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Sensitive information about US voters was left exposed due to a data breach by the voter contact and canvassing app Campaign Sidekick, which is used by the Republican party in election campaigns. It has been revealed by the cybersecurity company UpGuard that an unprotected copy of Campaign Sidekick’s app’s code was mistakenly left freely available...
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Security researchers have warned that as many as 100,000 customers of a UK-based printing company including military organizations may have had sensitive personal and business documents exposed in another cloud leak. Researchers at vpnMentor found the misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 bucket on January 22. They quickly discovered its owner was Doxzoo, a British document...
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Researchers have discovered another big database containing millions of European customer records left unsecured on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for anyone to find using a search engine. A total of eight million records were involved, collected via marketplace and payment system APIs belonging to companies including Amazon, eBay, Shopify, PayPal, and Stripe. Discovered by Comparitech’s...
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A free secret-sharing app that touted itself as the “safest place on the internet” has exposed millions of intimate messages in a breach that involves several years’ worth of data.  Social media app Whisper, which offers people a place in which to post and share photo and video messages anonymously, has attracted over 30 million...
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The personal data of 10,000 UK rail passengers has been exposed after a Wi-fi provider left a database unsecured online.  C3UK provides passengers with free Wi-fi at railway stations across the UK. The company admitted failing to secure a database containing user information when contacted by the British Broadcasting Corporation’s news team. The data breach was discovered by...
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Security researchers have discovered a publicly exposed cloud database containing personal data and behavioral profiles on 120 million Americans. Security company UpGuard found the misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket on February 3 this year, eventually tracing it back to market analysis company Tetrad. Around half of the 747GB trove appears to have been sourced from client...
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Security researchers are warning that 12,000 cloud automation servers around the world could be hijacked to launch denial of service (DoS) attacks. Radware issued an emergency response team threat alert yesterday after discovering 12,802 Jenkins servers that are still vulnerable to a flaw patched at the end of January. Discovered by Adam Thorn of the...
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Hands up who’s used the increasingly popular online collaboration platform Trello? Trello is great for organising to-do lists and for coordinating team tasks. But it has its downsides too. While the default for Trello boards is set to ‘private’, many users set them to ‘public’ which means that anyone can see what’s posted there. Not...
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Tens of thousands of cannabis users in the US have had their personal information leaked by a misconfigured cloud bucket, according to researchers. Over 85,000 files including more than 30,000 records with sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) were exposed when software firm THSuite apparently left an Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket unsecured. THSuite provides...
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Microsoft has today announced a data breach that affected one of its customer databases. The blog article, entitled Access Misconfiguration for Customer Support Databases, admits that between 05 December 2019 and 31 December 2019, a database used for “support case analytics” was effectively visible from the cloud to the world. Microsoft didn’t give details of...
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