Logistics company Shipyaari, which offers logistics services to D2C brands, exposed the personal information of its customers.
According to a TechCrunch report, the logistics company exposed the data of thousands of customers due to a leak in its internal shipment information that lasted months. Ashutosh Barot, an Indian security researcher, discovered the data breach. The leaked Shipyaari data included customer names, addresses, phone numbers, order invoice data, and delivery status. Because the client tracking page was not password protected, anyone with the web address could view it, according to Barot.
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