[SecurityWeek] Misconfigured Apache Airflow Instances Expose Sensitive Information

Security researchers with Intezer have discovered several misconfigured Apache Airflow instances that exposed sensitive information to anyone on the Internet.

Improperly secured, the Airflow instances were found to expose credentials of cloud services providers, social media platforms, and payment processing services, including AWS, Slack, PayPal, and others.

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