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Thousands of U.S. Voters’ Data Exposed by Robocall Firm

Another cache of U.S. voter data has leaked.

A Virginia-based political campaign and robocalling company, which claims it can “reach thousands of voters instantly,” left a huge batch of files containing hundreds of thousands of voter records on a public and exposed Amazon S3 bucket that anyone could access without a password.

The bucket contained close to 2,600 files, including spreadsheets and audio recordings, for several U.S. political campaigns.

Kromtech Security’s Bob Diachenko, who discovered the exposed data and blogged his findings, shared prior to publication several screenshots of data, packed with voters’ full names, home addresses, and political affiliations.

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