UK: Sage really has had it hands full this week…

In addition to dealing with what appears to be an insider breach that snagged the information of more than 200 Sage corporate customers, Sage also got a phone call from Chris Vickery this week that kept them even busier.

According to Chris, he discovered about 20 misconfigured MongoDB installations using Sage’s X3 software. Originally thinking they were Sage’s own databases and might account for the reported breach, Chris contacted them. Sage responded promptly and immediately began trying to track down those clients who had misconfigured databases. Even though they were not responsible for those databases, Sage definitely did the right thing by trying to alert its clients to their error.

Read Chris’s report on this aspect of Sage’s busy, busy week on MacKeeper.

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