Real estate agency discloses information of 690,000 customers

The Cybernews research team has uncovered an exposed instance that contained information for a customer relationship management (CRM) system likely belonging to Goyzer, a real estate property management software maker. The data was leaked through a publicly exposed and passwordless MongoDB database, which has now been closed. This database was found to have details of customers from Dubai, hosting over 100,000 links with scanned documents. The exposed information includes names, emails, phone numbers, and scanned copies of receipts, checks, contracts, and IDs, totaling 690,000 individuals.

Goyzer has been contacted for comment but has not responded. The team believes that this leaked data could be exploited for identity theft, phishing attacks, and financial fraud. Cybercriminals could use this information to target scams and gain unauthorized access to personal and financial accounts.

Another case of an unprotected database associated with Estate Wealth Network was discovered by cybersecurity researcher Jeremiah Fowler, housing over 1.5 billion records, including real estate ownership data for celebrities and politicians.

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