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Personal data belonging to more than 31 million users of a third-party smartphone keyboard app called ai.type were exposed online due to an unprotected online database. In total, nearly 580 gigabytes of user records were left visible in a MongoDB database after the app’s Israel-based developer failed to use some form of authentication to secure […]

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It was only a matter of time until ransomware groups that wiped data from thousands of MongoDB databases and Elasticsearch clusters started targeting other data storage technologies. Researchers are now observing similar destructive attacks hitting openly accessible Hadoop and CouchDB deployments. Read More

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Tens of thousands of personal and possibly proprietary databases that were left accessible to the public online have just been wiped from the Internet, replaced with ransom notes demanding payment for the return of the files.

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