AWS S3 server leaks data from Fortune 100 companies: Ford, Netflix, TD Bank
Catalin Cimpanu reports:
Attunity, an Israeli IT firm that provides data management, warehousing, and replication services for the world’s biggest companies, has exposed some of its customers’ data after it left three Amazon S3 buckets exposed on the internet without a password.
The leaky AWS S3 buckets contained information on Attunity’s own operations, but also data from some of its customers — Fortune 100 companies like Ford, Netflix, and TD Bank.
The leaky S3 buckets were found on May 13, and secured three days later, thanks to the work of data breach hunting firm UpGuard.
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