More than 60,000 sensitive US military files have been found on a publicly accessible Amazon server by a security researcher.
The files contained passwords for US government systems and the security credentials of a senior engineer at defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH).
They were discovered by Upguard analyst Chris Vickery. In a statement, BAH said no classified data had been stored on the server.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: BBC.co.uk
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