The personal information of three million people was left exposed after a security company found an unsecured database belonging to the WWE, International Business Times reports. Kromtech Researcher Bob Dyachenko found the database, saying it was left on an Amazon Web Services S3 server without any password protection. Anyone who knew the address of the server could access the information, including users' home addresses, email addresses, birth dates, educational background, ethnicity, earnings, children's age ranges and genders. The WWE took down the database after it was notified and is launching an investigation. The wrestling company said credit card information and passwords were not included in the compromised database. Meanwhile, UC Davis Health is warning 15,000 patients their medical and identifying information may have been stolen.
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