An unsecured Chtrbox database hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and discovered by security researcher Anurag Sen has exposed the records of more than 49 million Instagram influencers.

Data scraped from the accounts include bios, account details like number of followers, location information, email addresses, phone numbers and profile pictures as well as a calculated valuation of each account, according to a TechCrunch report.

Chtrbox, based in Mumbai, pays influencers, including celebrities, to post sponsored content.

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