A voting machine company exposed 1.8 million Chicago voter records after misconfiguring a security setting on the server that stored them. Election Systems & Software (ES&S), the Nebraska-based voting ...
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Cybersecurity firm UpGuard has discovered that personal information from over 1.8 million Chicago residents was unintentionally exposed by voting machine supplier Election Systems & Software (ES&S). ...
The exposed file contained Chicago voters' names, addresses, dates of birth among other sensitive information Joshua Lott/AFP/Getty Images Security researchers have discovered that the personal data ...
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Security researchers disclosed this week the discovery of an unsecure database that exposed the personal information of nearly two million voters in the Chicago area. The database, discovered by ...
and dates of birth — for 1.8 million registered voters in Chicago was publicly exposed online on an Amazon cloud-computing server for an unknown period of time, the city’s Board of Election ...
Data on 1.8 million Chicago voters, including addresses, phone numbers and partial Social Security numbers, were left exposed on a downloadable ... containing information on every voter in the city, ...
A PROBLEM WITH VOTING MACHINES AND CLOUD SERVICES services has led to the personal information of 1.8 million Chicago citizens being exposed online ... when it found backup files of voter info on an ...
A voting machine company exposed 1.8 million Chicago voter records after misconfiguring a security setting on the server that stored them. Election Systems & Software, the Nebraska-based voting ...
CHICAGO –A voting machine company exposed 1.8 million Chicago voter records after misconfiguring a security setting on the server that stored them. Election Systems & Software (ES&S), the ...