Theta360 has published 11 million photos, which show user data.
Updated July 18, 2019
At least 11 million images were taken from an open source database
The Ooh 360 Ricoh exchange system collapsed.
According to the website, portions of the image have been exposed to thousands of users, and most have opted for personal photos.
[vpnMonitor, scientists Nahum Rotem and Ryan Locker
The saved data was not personally published by most users
Descriptive, but very often we have our own real name
Additional articles and addresses published in this information.
According to scientists, consumers do not have direct access to social networks.
According to him, the account enters the system through a user who interprets the data
Name, username, and unique character identification (UID) for each image.
Address and set privacy.
In some cases, the UID provides access to all open light
Researchers can easily enter the name of the database
Users’ social media accounts.
Rotem and Wool confirmed the shortage on May 14 and contacted them
Theta 360 received the same response on May 15th. Theta360 will be available until May 16
Advertising your image is a serious customer offense
Honesty, says Jonathan Benson, CIOs chief production officer
If you went to Balbix to give Rico a nose in an emergency
However, the labeling of an organization should not be based on the trust of third parties
Researchers identify such uncertainties.
According to Benson, this does not control all people
Property that can be attacked or compromised, but not a vehicle
Intelligence tools, learning materials and synthetic medicine must be used
Risks and uncertainties to ensure continuous monitoring of the organization.