Too Much Information: Misconfigured FTP, SMB, Rsync and S3 Buckets Exposing 1.5 Billion Files

Provided by Digital Shadows

Category Cybercrime

Type White Paper

Length 9

Publish Date April 05 2018

Date posted April 09 2018


With cybercrime on the rise it is more important than ever to minimize the amount of sensitive data available to the public and provide continuous data protection. This research paper assesses the sensitive data exposed from some of the world’s largest file sharing services and provides tips for businesses on how not to fall victim to this type of exposure.

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