From Hacken Blog:
“Navionics, an Italian electronic marine navigation charts company that was recently acquired by Garmin, inadvertently exposed a 19GB product and customer database as a result of MongoDB misconfiguration incident.
The database was indexed by the Shodan search engine on Sept 9th and I discovered it the next day, Sept 10th.
The dataset contained the records of 261,259 unique customers, including email addresses, names in some cases, purchased products IDs, and user IDs.
The database also contained information such as application version and platform used, device ID, longitude and latitude, boat speed, a navigation device, horizontal accuracy, and other navigation details”
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