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Accenture left a huge trove of highly sensitive data on exposed servers. The four exposed servers had no password, but contained the "keys to the kingdom."


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The four exposed servers had no password, but contained the “keys to the kingdom.” Technology and cloud giant Accenture has confirmed it inadvertently left a massive store of private data across four unsecured cloud servers, exposing highly sensitive passwords and secret decryption keys that could have inflicted considerable damage on the company and its customers.


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(Image: file photo) Technology and cloud giant Accenture has confirmed it inadvertently left a massive store of private data across four unsecured cloud servers, exposing highly sensitive passwords and secret decryption keys that could have inflicted considerable damage on the company and its customers.


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Accenture left a huge trove of highly sensitive data on exposed servers ... exposing highly sensitive passwords and secret decryption keys that could have inflicted considerable damage on the ...


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Technology and cloud giant Accenture has confirmed it inadvertently left a massive store of private data across four unsecured cloud servers, exposing highly sensitive passwords and secret decryption keys that could have inflicted considerable damage on the company and its customers.


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Accenture left a huge trove of highly sensitive data on exposed ... that no sensitive client data was accessible. ... but Accenture is a big advertiser and main ...


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The problem is that for a firm like Accenture, that's probably where the remediation will stop more or less. This is because they'll assume, "only UpGuard got to the data, it didn't get leaked online to any Darknet markets". However, that's often a convenient story.


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On September 17th, 2017, Chris Vickery, director of Cyber Risk Research at UpGuard discovered a trove of highly sensitive data exposed online without any security or login credentials. The data belonged to one of the world’s largest corporate consulting and management firms Accenture PLC based in Dublin, Ireland.


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UpGuard has yet again uncovered a trove of corporate data left unprotected, this time from major consulting and management firm Accenture. The data -- contained on four cloud-based storage servers ...


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The four exposed servers had no password, but contained the “keys to the kingdom.” Technology and cloud giant Accenture has confirmed it inadvertently left a massive store of private data Read More →