A security researcher has uncovered a publicly exposed MongoDB instance that includes the resumes of 202 million Chinese nationals but in a twist, it’s unknown who owns the database. Discovered by Bob Diachenko of Hacken in December, the MongoDB instance included 854.8 GB of data with no password/login authentication needed to view and access the details of more than 200 million detailed resumes of Chinese job seekers.

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