Android apps exposed data of millions of users through cloud authentication failures

Researchers analyzing Android apps have discovered serious cloud misconfigurations leading to the potential exposure of data belonging to over 100 million users.

In a report published on Thursday by Check Point Research, the cybersecurity firm said no less than 23 popular mobile apps contained a variety of “misconfigurations of third party cloud services.”

Cloud services are widely used by online services and apps today, perhaps even more so due to the rapid shift to remote working caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Source: ZDNet