Pocket iNet ISP has exposed 73 GB of internal corporate data

According to experts from UpGuard Cyber, 73 GB of downloaded data online has exposed by Washington Internet Service Provider (ISP) Pocket iNet accidently. This information includes corporate data like AWS secret keys of IPS’s users or employees and user name & password in plain text format. This report claims about Misconfiguration of Amazon S3 storage results in data exposure. It made all the data information vulnerable for Cyber crooks and allows them to access these data. They keep record of all information including user name & password in plain text and other data as well. It took seven days of company before the Pocket iNet safeguard the exposure. ISP (Internet Service Provider) claims that the company uses the latest technologies to provide service. They write on official website that “Pocket iNet makes use of bleeding edge and emerging technologies such as native IPv6, Carrier Ethernet and local fiber to the Read more