Data from millions of Brazilians exposed in Wi-Fi management software firm leak

A Brazilian Wi-Fi management software firm exposed data of various high profile companies and millions of their customers.

The data was leaked by WSpot, which provides software that enables businesses to secure their on-premise Wi-Fi networks and allow password-free online access to their customers.

The leak was discovered by security research firm SafetyDetectives. The researchers found WSpot’s misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket, which was left open and exposed 10GB worth of data to the public. After discovering the sensitive data on September 2, the researchers contacted the software firm on September 7. WSpot secured the breach the following day.

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Source: ZDNet