A US digital marketing provider has exposed almost three million records containing personally identifiable information (PII) after another cloud configuration mistake. The privacy snafu at Friendemic, whose main clients are reportedly US car dealerships, was discovered by researchers at Comparitech. As is usual in these cases, the unencrypted data was left exposed to the public Internet with no password or authentication required to access it. Research earlier this year found that misconfigu
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