Denuvo is a company that produces application protection and anti-piracy technology, making sure its customers’ web sites and digital content security can keep the pirates at bay. Perhaps the company should use its own products.
Hackers discovered a number of public files on the Denuvo web site that should have been private. One file is an 11-megabyte text file which apparently contains every message sent through Denuvo’s web site since 2014. In addition, “much of Denuvo’s web database content appears to be entirely unsecured, with root directories for ‘fileadmin’ and ‘logs’ sitting in the open right now.”
Details may be found at https://goo.gl/0ZbNUV.
Categories: Online Privacy & Security