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Five billion records exposed in open ‘data breach database’

More than five billion records were exposed after an Elasticsearch “data breach database” managed by a U.K.-based security firm and housing a trove of security incidents from the last seven years was left unprotected. “Data was very well structured,” wrote security researcher Bob Diachenko, who discovered the Elasticsearch instance, of the information, which included hashtypes,…
Defending the database
Data Breach, Security News

22 million emails found in mystery open database

An otherwise unremarkable find of an open Elasticsearch database containing millions of records became a Sherlock Holmes mystery as researchers cannot figure out the database’s origins. Security researcher Troy Hunt, of Have I Been Pwned, was informed in February about an open database he has named db8151dd containing 90GB of data containing 22.8 million emails.…
Defending the database
Database security, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Exposure of 7.4B records at Le Figaro highlights ongoing problems with misconfigured databases

The exposure of 7.4 billion personal information-laden records, including some login credentials, at France’s Le Figaro underscores how unsecured databases persist even in a world hyperaware of privacy and data security. The database, exposed by an unsecured Elasticsearch server and containing more than 8TB of data on reporters, employees and 42,000 of the daily newspaper’s…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Security News

Details on 267M Facebook users sold for cheap on dark web

A cybercriminal actor on the dark web has made available a dataset of Facebook accounts belonging to 267 million users, recently selling the collective lot to researchers for 500 Euros. User data includes one’s email address, first and last names, phone number, Facebook ID, last connection, status and age, according to a blog post report…
Data Breach, Security News

Blisk browser left open, 2.9 million records exposed

The web-development browser Blisk suffered a data breach leaking more than 2.9 million records through an open Elasticsearch database that was left open and that bypassed the security put in place by its users. The browser has been compromised in a way that it now leaks the data it was designed to gather from web…
HondaWannacry
Database security, Security News

Open database exposes 26,000 Honda Motors customers

A Honda Motor Company Elasticsearch cluster containing 976 million records affecting about 26,000 customers and containing information on Honda vehicle owners was found exposed. Independent security researcher Bob Diachenko posted that the database appeared to be part of the company’s North American operation did not require any passwords or other authentication to access the data,…
Data Breach, Security News

MGM admits to 2019 data breach affecting 10.6 million customers

MGM Resorts has confirmed there was unauthorized access to one of the company’s cloud servers in 2019 that contained information on a reported 10.6 million guests, possibly including several high-profile guests. MGM did not confirm the number of people involved, but ZD Net working with the new security firm Under the Breach reportedly found data…
Features, Security News

2019 Data breaches

Data on 92M Brazilians found for sale on underground forums  In October 92 million Brazilians had their name, birth date, mother’s name, gender and tax details including taxpayer IDs exposed contained in a Brazilian government 16GB SQL database was found for sale on a dark web forum.  DoorDash data breach hits 4.9 million customers, merchants and…
Data leakage prevention (DLP), Database security, Network Security, Security News

Microsoft database misconfiguration exposes 250M customer support records

Microsoft last December misconfigured five Elasticsearch servers – each one containing the same data set of 250 million customer support records – leaving their information publicly exposed on the internet, according to researchers. The data leak was detailed today in a blog post by pro-consumer website Comparitech and separately disclosed in a Microsoft Security Response…
Features, Security News

Cybersecurity takes the stage

No longer just the concern of IT, cybersecurity is the bad boy headliner that dominates centerstage and all stages beyond.  Teri Robinson reports.  At the recent Lonestar Blues and Heritage Festival in, where else, Texas, fans bounced between the main stage where headliners strutted their stuff and the porch stage where more modest acts plucked their guitars – and…
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