Hackers are sharing SQL databases from unsecured Amazon S3 buckets, one of them belongs to the BGR tech news site in India.
BGR, aka Boy Genius Report, is a popular technology-influenced website that covers topics ranging from consumer gadgets, to entertainment, gaming, and science.
The data leak was first reported by experts from the security firm Under the Breach, the full SQL backup contains
“A “full SQL dump” refers to all the posts on the site along with access credentials for authors and administrators. The potential for
“The researcher says that credentials were stored in
According to the hackers that shared the links to the archive, the overall dump contains at least 36,000 emails and logins for the affected websites (tradinggame.au.com, in, and S3 Production). Experts found 16 SQL dumps contained in a 7 ZIP archive.
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