In 2019 275 million personal records were exposed from an unsecured MongoDB database hosted on an Amazon AWS infrastructure. This exposed things like names, email addresses, genders, dates of birth, phone numbers, and more. Also, 198 million records of potential car buyers, 188 million records from Pipl.com and LexisNexis, and 134 million records of employee data from Honda were all exposed. These are just the pominent data breaches of 2019.
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