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The information, from data analytics firm Alteryx, was in an Amazon S3 bucket configured to provide any AWS user with access.
The data is unusually sensitive, including full credit card and bank account numbers as well as images of Social Security cards and driver's licenses.
The exposed data includes information on the Army's Distributed Common Ground System and its cloud component, Red Disk.
Fortinet reports that 35 percent of organizations it monitored were attacked with the Apache Struts vulnerability in the third quarter of 2017.
Affected buckets are owned by major news sites, popular retailers and leading ad networks.