The analysis of the database revealed the presence of over 2 billion logs containing a broad range of data, such as
Logs belong to devices used by people and organizations in China, Japan, Thailand, the US, the UK, Mexico, France, Australia, and Brazil.
Experts noticed that the database is still unsecured, the amount of data included in the archive continues to increase day by day.
The company’s platform, called
“It’s important to note that not every single data log included every type of personal information. However, even with over 2 billion records to search through, there was enough information to put together several threads and create a full picture of a user’s identity.” continues the post.
The exposed archive was discovered in the middle of June and reported by the researchers to Orvibo several times since June 16.
At the time there is no evidence that threat actors have accessed the huge trove of data.
“A breach of this size has massive implications. Each device in Orvibo’s product catalog can have a different negative effect on its users.” concludes the post. “This is on top of having an abundance of identifying information about users. Much of the data can be pieced together both to disrupt a person’s home while possibly leading to further hacks.”