Report: GitHub repository exposes WeWork customer contracts

Data belonging to clients of shared workspace company WeWork was reportedly left exposed and accessible to the public via GitHub, while a web portal separately leaked information on prospective customers.

Mossab Hussein, security researcher from Dubian-based spiderSilk, discovered the data mismanagement and reported it to Vice/Motherboard, which published a report on the findings today.

The GitHub leak reportedly affected a subset of WeWork customers located in India, China and Europe. Exposed information included bank account details and personal information including addresses and phone numbers.

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