WRESTLING COMPANY WWE has suffered a data breach that has exposed the personal information of ‘more than three million’ wrestling fans.
INQ has heard that the number of those affected is closer to 3.16 million, but this remains unconfirmed.
News of the breach comes via Forbes. Researcher Bob Dyachenko, from security company Kromtech, told the website that his eyebrows raised after uncovering a database that contained data on millions of users, including their home and email addresses, birth dates, educational background, ethnicity, earnings, children’s age ranges, and genders.
Dyachenko said that this data, which was all stored in plain text and reportedly belongs to WWE’s marketing department, was sitting on on an Amazon Web Services S3 server without username or password…
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