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.
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Publicly accessible Amazon S3 buckets continue to expose a disturbing amount of sensitive data.
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The data exposed in both leaks included login credentials providing access to the companies' internal networks.
The exposed data, part of TargetSmart's VoterBase, belonged to third party vendor Equals3.
A pair of misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets belonging to third party vendors exposed two companies' highly sensitive data.
Over 1.8 million Chicago voters' personal information was exposed online.
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A massive exposure of data in misconfigured Amazon S3 buckets demonstrates the urgent need for companies to adjust their approach to cloud security.
Qualys reports second quarter fiscal 2017 revenue of $55.3 million as security events like WannaCry help to drive more business opportunity.
Losses from a disruptive attack on a cloud services provider could range from $15 billion to $121 billion, according to Lloyd's.
Vehicle registration data for every Swedish citizen was exposed -- including those under witness protection.