Raj Jain, Author at Security Boulevard
Here we go again… Sensitive Facebook Data Leaked By Third Party App Through AWS S3

Here we go again… Sensitive Facebook Data Leaked By Third Party App Through AWS S3

UpGuard reported last week that sensitive data retrieved from Facebook by third party apps was leaked through AWS S3 – 540 million user records got breached). In the past, we’ve seen similar sensitive data leaks through AWS S3 such as the Verizon breach, the GOP voter data breach and the ... Read More
Here we go again – third-party app leaks sensitive Facebook data through AWS S3!

Here we go again – third-party app leaks sensitive Facebook data through AWS S3!

| | AWS S3, Cloud Security, facebook
AWS S3 data breaches keep happening because people keep leaving the door open, after all it’s human nature to make mistakes.The post Here we go again – third-party app leaks sensitive Facebook data through AWS S3! appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More
Could Facebook have prevented storing sensitive data in application logs?

Could Facebook have prevented storing sensitive data in application logs?

Passwords happen to be super-sensitive data. As far as password logging goes, there are cryptographic protocols available today that could have prevented this security event at Facebook.The post Could Facebook have prevented storing sensitive data in application logs? appeared first on Protegrity ... Read More