Misconfigured Ladders Database Exposed 13M User RecordsJob-hunting site Ladders leaves job seeker data exposed on the Internet.
Another company has misconfigured another AWS-hosted database, and this time the results are 13 million user profiles exposed. Employment-recruitment site Ladders exposed the records of job seekers who had signed up for the possibility of landing a high-end position.
Security researcher Sanyam Jain found the database as part of his ongoing research on exposed data. The information left open included contact details and detailed employment histories — information that could be used by attackers to form compelling spear phishing messages.
According a TechCrunch report, Ladders removed the database from public view within an hour of being contacted by the publication.
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