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US Government, Military Personnel Data Leaked By Autoclerk

The personal and travel data of tens of thousands of people, including US government and military personnel, has been exposed by an unsecured database belonging to reservations management system Autoclerk, according to research by vpnMentor.

More than 100,000 booking reservations were found on the leaky server, which contained over 179GB of data. The leaked information includes unencrypted login credentials, full names, dates of birth, home addresses, phone numbers, dates and costs of travel, and masked credit-card details.

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