CVs containing sensitive info of over 202 million Chinese users left exposed online

Catalin Cimpanu reports on another exposed MongoDB installation found by Bob Diachenko of Hacken Proof:

The MongoDB instance contained 854GB of data, with 202,730,434 records in total, most of which were CVs for Chinese users.

The resumes contained all the sensitive details you might expect to find on a CV, such as full names, home addresses, phone numbers, emails, marital status, number of children, political affiliations, body measurements like height and weight, literacy level, salary expectations, education, past jobs, and more.

Read more on ZDNet. This is yet another one of the all-too-many situations in which researchers have to go above and beyond to try to figure out who to notify to get a database secured.

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