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Camgirl Network Has Exposed Data Of Millions Of Its Viewers

The databases that are exposed already have a lot of security problems and the latest issue is found to be threatening for both porn site visitors and sex workers. Recently, Condition: Black security researchers have found Barcelona’s VTS Media to have left a database for its camgirl network, such as an amateur.tv, open to attack for weeks. The treasure-house that holds months of logs for millions of people, including their IP addresses, usernames, viewing practice, personal chats, and details regarding passwords from failed login attempts have all been found to be exposed. A few of the information was found to have been used by account workers.

The Europeans were mainly found to be a major part of the database and they were found to have been no access to a database from last week. Till date, no prowlers have been found to have gained access to the database. The database exposure at 3Fun’s dating application is not as big as the camgirl site exposure as the security threat in connection with the latter is found to be more. The viewing practices are believed to be used to blackmail people and have them take drastic steps to have their sexual preferences hidden from their peers. VTS making use of the user’s private conservations could be shocking but imagine if all the data fell into wrong hands.

In a parallel note, VTS was found to have signed an agreement to acquire PropertyCapsule, which is a prospecting software and marketing automation utilized by over 50% of the top 100 retail landlords in North America, for an unrevealed sum. CEO of PropertyCapsule Thomas Byrne was given the title of General Manager of retail products and data in VTS. VTS is putting in a lot of revenue in the retail sector and thus, the decision of acquisition is believed to be a combination of PropertyCapsule’s strong market footing and the profound experience of the team.

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