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Keyboard maker AI.type exposes 31M customer records in latest database breach

Another day, another misconfigured database exposing customer data online. Today’s data breach involving 31 million records collected by Israeli emoji mobile keyboard maker AI.type. First spotted by the Kromtech Security Center, the data was found on a misconfigured MongoDB installation that AI.type had failed to make private and also had failed to set password protection for.
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