London-based Urban Massage app leaks data on 300K customers, including sexual misconduct claims

A data breach of London-based startup Urban Massage exposed the personal records of more than 309,000 users including data on clients accused of sexual misconduct.

The service offers “wellness that comes to you” allowing users to book massage therapist to come them.

The breach was the result of the company leaving its Google-hosted ElasticSearch database online without a password and as a result, anyone who knew where the site was hosted could search, edit or delete the information it held.

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