Source code belonging to Canada-based digital advertising and software development company AggregateIQ has been found by researchers on an unprotected domain. The exposed files appear to confirm reports of a connection between AggregateIQ and Cambridge Analytica, the controversial firm caught in the recent Facebook data scandal.
On March 20, Chris Vickery of cyber risk company UpGuard stumbled upon an AggregateIQ subdomain hosting source code for the company’s tools. The files, stored using a custom version of the code repository GitLab, were accessible simply by providing an email address.
The exposed information included the source code of …read more
Via:: Security Week