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Depressingly, Bob Diachenko of Hackenproof writes:

These days it’s quite easy for an ordinary person to get the contact details of any business or organization for a certain fee or subscription. However, should seemingly non-sensitive data be so easily available?

123GB of personal data exposed

On November 5th, we discovered an open and unprotected MongoDB database, 123GB in size, containing 9,376,173 records of personal data:

  • company name
  • company description
  • first/last name
  • title / level / position
  • industry
  • company size
  • company revenue
  • phone number
  • company domain
  • email confidence score
  • total contacts available in the company
  • emails of every contact in the company

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