Cat-themed hackers trashed a shady VPN’s database of customer records

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Cat-themed hackers trashed a shady VPN's database of customer records

If you’re going to mess with an unscrupulous VPN provider keeping logs of its customers’ IP addresses, you might as well do it with some panache. 

That appears to be the thinking of unknown vigilante hackers who, over the course of the past week, overwrote the contents of over 1,000 unsecured databases left online for anyone to read. One of those databases, reports Ars Technica, belonged to UFO VPN — a Hong Kong VPN that claimed to not log any user data, but instead was recording everything from users’ passwords to IP addresses and storing it all in an unsecured database exposed to the open web.  Read more…

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