[HackerNews] Critical Cosmos Database Flaw Affected Thousands of Microsoft Azure Customers

Cloud infrastructure security company Wiz on Thursday revealed details of a now-fixed Azure Cosmos database vulnerability that could have been potentially exploited to grant any Azure user full admin access to other customers’ database instances without any authorization.
The flaw, which grants read, write, and delete privileges, has been dubbed “ChaosDB,” with Wiz researchers noting that “the

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