Weight Watchers Swears No Customer Data Exposed After Dozens of Servers Found Publicly Accessible

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Dozens of servers containing Weight Watcher’s data were left exposed after the company failed to password protect software used for managing application containers, according to German cybersecurity firm Kromtech.

An Amazon cloud infrastructure used by Weight Watchers was left vulnerable — 46 Amazon S3 buckets in total — including logs, passwords, and private encryption keys, Kromtech found.

Weight Watchers denies that any of the data left publicly accessible was sensitive; the Amazon account linked to the exposure was a “testing

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