Creditseva data breach: 48,000 Indians personal and sensitive data was exposed to hackers

Personal and financial data of thousands of Indian citizens was found to have been freely exposed on the Web by credit services firm Creditseva, according to Kromtech security researchers who first spotted the data breach.

Around 48,000 Indian citizens’ critically sensitive data, including drivers’ license, home addresses, credit reports, as well as pictures were left exposed by the Hyderabad-based fintech startup, in an insecure Amazon Web Service server. The breach comes on the heels of Jio’s massive data breach that saw nearly 1 million users’ data leaked, now considered to be one of the largest data breaches in India’s history.

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