United Nations suffers major data breach



Security researchers have discovered and successfully exploited a vulnerability which gave them access to over 100,000 private employee records belonging to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).

The discovery was made by the ethical hacking and security research group Sakura Samurai after its members Jackson Henry, Nick Sahler, John Jackson and Aubrey Cottle came across the UN’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program and Hall of Fame.



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