More American financial data leaks from unsecured S3 bucket

Tom Allen
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The data came from sources including the major US credit agencies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion
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The data came from sources including the major US credit agencies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion

The National Credit Federation left more than 100GB of identifiable information exposed

In a leak reminiscent of the Equifax hack, the American financial industry has seen another data breach; this one affecting as many as 40,000 people, after an unsecured Amazon S3 bucket belonging t...

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