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One of the Worlds Largest Consulting Firm “Accenture” Owned four Biggest cloud-based storage servers left Openly in Public without Securing Tons of Highly sensitive data that could be downloaded without a password by anyone who knew the servers web addresses.
Exposed Cloud Data servers belong to Accenture’s enterprise cloud offering, Accenture Cloud Platform, a “multi-cloud management platform” that is used for Accenture Customers.
The latest HBO hacking scandal is shaping up to be much, much worse than a few leaked Game of Thrones episodes.
Now the FBI is getting involved, according to the latest update from the Hollywood Reporter. The cyberattack that occurred earlier this week compromised around 1.5 terabytes of data, which, it turns out, is seven times the amount of data that was leaked during the 2014 Sony hack (around 200 gigabytes of data).
What makes this hack even more frightening is that, according to multiple sources, there has been no ransom declared. That means the hackers’ motivation may have less to do with money and more to do with a political agenda, harnessing the power to release potentially compromising data (including internal memos and email correspondence) for HBO and its investors.