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885 Million Records Exposed Online: Bank Transactions, leading title insurance and., and More. More than 885 million records in total were reportedly exposed, A
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Photo: Spencer Platt / GettySeveral million records said to include bank account details, Social Security digits, wire transactions, and other mortgage paperwork, were found publicly accessible on the server of a major U.S. financial service company. More than 885 million records in total were reportedly exposed, according to Krebs on Security.
First American Financial Corp, a U.S based financial services company leaked Hundreds of Million of Most sensitive records online that related to real estate and mortgage industries.
News just in from security reporter Brian Krebs: fortune 500 real estate insurance giant First American exposed approximately 885 million sensitive records because of a bug in its website. Krebs reported that the company’s website was storing and leaking bank account numbers, statements, mortgage and tax records, and Social Security numbers and driving license images.
SAN FRANCISCO – First American Financial Corporation, a provider of title insurance, said Friday that it had fixed a vulnerability in its website that exposed 885 million records related. customer.
Technology. First american site bug exposed 885 million sensitive title insurance records. TechCrunch – Zack Whittaker. News just in from security reporter Brian Krebs: Fortune 500 real estate insurance giant First American exposed approximately 885 million sensitive records because of a bug in its website.
· Title-insurance provider First American may have exposed 885 million property records online, including names and Social Security numbers. Title-Insurance Company Exposes 885 Million Records Online : Read more
A security lapse at a major real estate title company exposed the bank account numbers and other. to our customer data," First American said in a statement.If the 885 million records were harvested.
First American did not answer questions from WIRED about how long the records were exposed online. The company says it has hired a forensic firm to assess whether customer data was ever stolen.