An unsecured database belonging remote learning platform OneClass has exposed information associated with more than a million students in North America who use the platform to access study guides and educational assistance.
“By not securing its users' data, OneClass has created a goldmine for criminal hackers, jeopardizing the privacy and security of over a million young people and their families,” according to a report from researchers led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar at vpnMentor.
Info exposed included full names, email addresses (some masked), schools and universities attended, phone numbers, school and university course enrollment details and OneClass account details.
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