80 Million U.S Households Sensitive Personal Data Exposed Online From Unprotected Mystery Database

From gbhackers.com

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An unknown mystery database exposed nearly 80 million U.S households data that impacting up to 65% of US households.

Security Researchers Noam Rotem and Ran Locar uncovered the 24 GB database which is hosted by a Microsoft cloud server.

The database contains highly sensitive data that belongs to U.S peoples who are living in each household with their full names, their marital status, income bracket, age, and more.

This is not a first incident that related to the households data leak, two years back, a massive database that contains 123 Million American households sensitive personal information leaked online by California-based data analytics firm.

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