Personal PrivacyData of Millions of eBay, Shopify, and Amazon Accounts Exposed Following AWS LeakMarch 16, 2020Personal PrivacyamazonAWSdata leakeBayShopify The Infinite BriefResearchers have discovered another big database containing millions of European customer records left unsecured on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for anyone to find using a search engine. A total of eight million records were involved, collected via marketplace and payment system APIs belonging to companies including Amazon, eBay, Shopify, PayPal, and Stripe. Data in the records included names, shipping addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, items purchased, payments, order IDs, links to Stripe and Shopify invoices, and partially redacted credit cards. About half of the customers whose records were leaked are from the UK; as far as we can tell, most if not all of the rest are from elsewhere in Europe. Curated from Naked Security Tags :amazonAWSdata leakeBayShopifyshare on Facebookshare on Twittershare on LinkedInshare on Redditadd a comment Leave a Response Cancel replyCommentName Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Congress is Trying to Sneak Through a Bill That Would End EncryptionThe Indian Government is on the Cusp of Rolling Out an Unprecedented Tracking Database of Every CitizenYou Might Also LikePersonal PrivacyA Growing List of Companies Are Now Using Webcams to Monitor Their Remote EmployeesPersonal PrivacyNew Google Data Shows a 350% Increase in Phishing Websites During the Coronavirus PandemicPersonal PrivacyWhat’s the Going Rate for Social Security Numbers on the Dark Web?