FedEx Exposed Customer Data To The Public For Years


by Lucian Armasu February 15, 2018 at 1:15 PM - Source: MacKeeper herre ->

Over the past couple of years we’ve seen multiple big companies, and even the Pentagon, expose large amounts of data that wasn’t supposed to be public due to improper configuration of Amazon S3 servers. FedEx is the latest to have exposed its customers’ records this way.

On February 5, security researchers from the German IT company Kromtech uncovered an Amazon S3 bucket set for public access. The researchers found more than 119,000 documents of U.S. and international citizens that included passports, driver licenses, security IDs, and more. The IDs were accompanied by "Applications for Delivery of Mail Through Agent" forms, which also contained names, addresses, zip codes, and phone numbers.

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