Data leak of 40 million people from Microsoft Power App affected 47 companies

Data from dozens of companies and government agencies have been leaked from Microsoft’s Power App. From which the personal data of a large number of people has become public.

According to international agencies, the personal data of 38 million people has been leaked.

When the data was leaked, many information including the person who has not been vaccinated with Covid 19 vaccine, job application number, social security number, phone number, ID number, full name of the person and email address have been made public.

According to the news, 47 companies and government agencies have been affected by this incident.

The leaked companies include Indiana Department of Health, New York City Public Schools, American Airlines, Maryland, JB Hunt, Microsoft and many more.

Power App is a service from Microsoft that provides users with their own app platform. In addition, an application programming interface (API) is provided to various organizations, government offices, companies to collect and use data of their employees and customers.

The data stored in the API is protected by setting the privacy. However, customers or companies can make it public if they wish.

Microsoft says it has used two tools to figure out what the real problem is. He said he was using “table permissions” and “new tools” to see what was wrong with its security.

Users are still asked to change the code so that their data is not misused. This data leak is huge and is an education for the technology industry and an additional lesson for future data leaks, according to international technology online.

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