[HackerNews] 23 Android Apps Expose Over 100,000,000 Users’ Personal Data

Misconfigurations in multiple Android apps leaked sensitive data of more than 100 million users, potentially making them a lucrative target for malicious actors.
“By not following best-practices when configuring and integrating third-party cloud-services into applications, millions of users’ private data was exposed,” Check Point researchers said in an analysis published today and shared with

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