Security researcher finds trove of Capita data exposed onlineReading Time: < 1 minutes
The AWS bucket, which the researcher said had been exposed to the internet since 2016, contained approximately 3,000 files totaling 655GB in size. There was no password on the bucket, allowing anyone who knew the easy-to-guess web address access to the files. Details of the exposed cloud server were also captured by GrayHatWarfare, a searchable database that indexes publicly visible cloud storage.
The researcher said he believes this incident is unrelated to the late-March Capita cyberattack claimed by the Black Basta ransomware group. The scope of this incident remains unknown, though Capita has admitted last month that it had seen evidence of ‘limited data exfiltration’ which ‘might include customer, supplier or colleague data.’
These files have not been shared publicly by Black Basta. It’s not known whether a ransom demand was paid.
Updated with comment from Capita.
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