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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1136 Leaky database leaves Oklahoma police, bank vulnerable to intruders
A leaky database has exposed the physical security of multiple Oklahoma Department of Public Safety facilities and at least one Oklahoma bank.

The vulnerability—which has reportedly been fixed—was revealed on Tuesday by Chris Vickery, a MacKeeper security researcher who this year has revealed numerous data breaches affecting millions of Americans.

The misconfigured database, which was managed by a company called Automation Integrated, was exposed for at least a week, according to Vickery, who said he spoke to the company’s vice president on Saturday. Reached on Tuesday, however, an Automation Integrated employee said “no one” in the office was aware of the problem.

“They said that they were going to let their clients know,” Vickery said.
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#1140 Microsoft Patch Tuesday – July 2016
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#1137 Vulnerability exploitable via printer protocols affects all Windows versions
#1136 Leaky database leaves Oklahoma police, bank vulnerable to intruders
#1135 VPN provider removes Russian presence after servers seized
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