Amount of MongoDB data publicly exposed on the internet grows to 685TB

Sooraj Shah
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CouchDB, Cassandra, Redis and Riak are equally impacted, says Shodan founder John Matherly

A total of 684.8TB of data is exposed on the internet via publicly accessible MongoDB instances that don't require any form of authentication - which is an increase of 80TB since a developer at onl...

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