445 million customer records found on MongoDB database running on unsecured AWS server

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200GB database belonging to Veeam indexed on Shodan on 31 August - but was taken down nine days later

A database with 445 million customers records has been found on an open server on Amazon Web Services. The database, which contains contact information belonging to backup and data recovery spec...

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