[SecurityWeek] NewsBlur Restores Service After Hacker Wipes Database

Personal news reader NewsBlur was down for several hours last week after a hacker managed to wipe the service’s database.

The hacker was able to gain access to the database while the RSS reader was being transitioned to Docker, which circumvented some firewall rules and opened the NewsBlur MongoDB database to the public.

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