The personal information of more than 93.4 million Mexican voters was exposed this week in a massive data breach. A leaky database, which was not password-protected, is said to contain Mexican citizens’ names, addresses, dates of birth, as well as occupations and the names of the voters’ parents.
The database was reportedly downloaded to an Amazon server by an unknown party, according to noted MacKeeper Security Researcher Chris Vickery. Notification of the breach was temporarily withheld while Mexican authorities investigated.Read more
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