The vpnMentor cybersecurity research team, Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, have uncovered a leaking S3 Bucket with over 270k statistics and extra than 343GB in length on an Amazon server, belonging to Doxzoo. There are potentially over one hundred,000 users suffering from this statistics leak, with implications no longer only for copyright violations, however also American and British military information exposure.
Doxzoo Company Profile
Doxzoo is a document printing and binding production company, based in the U.K., but servicing customers globally since 2014. The data leak includes print jobs for many high-profile clientele, including elite universities, US and UK military branches, Fortune 500 companies, and many, many more.
Doxzoo has a handful of excessive-profile customers for whom they may be executing an expansion of print jobs, which includes entire scripts and screenplays, complete-duration books, sought-after paid health plans, and internal navy handbooks, to call a few tasks. In addition they get requests from personal folks that order family scrapbooks (complete with images of the kids), bachelorette souvenirs with potentially compromising photographs of the bride-to-be, and extra. Additionally, Doxzoo seems to regularly request complete scans of photo IDs (consisting of passports) to fulfill orders.
Here’s the list of data that VPNmentor research team found and was able to identify:
- Passport copy
- Personal information
- Full names
- Email addresses
- Medical documents, log books, etc.
- Musical compositions
- Religious texts
- Teacher’s guides with answers for tests
- Certifications, diplomas, and degrees
- Paid Programs
- University course material (including elite institutions)
- Diet and exercise plans
- Exam preparation classes
These are other countries where we found Doxzoo customers included in the leak.
- Sri Lanka
- United Kingdom