Real-time locations of 238,000 Family Locator app users exposed via unsecured server

Real-time locations of 238,000 Family Locator app users exposed via unsecured server

Real-time locations of 238,000 Family Locator app users exposed

Real-time locations of as many as 238,000 users of the Family Locator app were left exposed for external access after React Apps, the Australia-based software firm that developed the app, left a backend MongoDB database exposed without securing it with a password.

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