TechCrunch reports an Israeli contact tracing database hosted by NSO Group was unsecured and accessible without a password. Researchers discovered the open database, which was believed to contain "dummy data" during a six-week time period. The data included specific dates, times and the location of individuals. NSO has since pulled the database offline, claiming it was a test database and that its open access had nothing to do with a security lapse.
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