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California voter data stolen after database left exposed

  1. California voter data stolen after database left exposed
    Databases detailing 19.5 million Californian voter records as well as 53,000 newspaper subscribers have been stolen after a newspaper left both files exposed online. The leak from The Sacramento Bee, reportedThursday, was discovered by the Kromtech Security Center, which found a 91.5-gigabyte MongoDB database file Jan. 19 via a breach report based on Shodan, an “internet of things” search engine.(SiliconANGLE)