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Cloud leakage exposed sensitive data from over 200,000 answering machines



Some data leaks contain more sensitive information than most. Security researcher Bob Diachenko and Comparitech discovered (via Threat mail) that Broadvoice, a cloud VoIP provider for enterprise, left over 350 million records exposed online in an unprotected cluster, including 2 million voicemail records with 200,000 transcripts. Many of these transcripts included sensitive data, and not just common items such as names and phone numbers – medical conditions, mortgages and insurance policies were all open.

The largest general data collection, 275 million records, usually included full names, telephone numbers, and cities.


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