Addresses, identity cards …
Security researchers from vpnMentor came across publicly available 20 GB repository (!) private data related to "models" cooperating with the aforementioned network. The data was widely available on one of Amazon's servers located in Virginia. About 66 million people actively use PussyCach. All data was cataloged in zip files – individually assigned to each of the women.
The file and information collection was above 875,000 different types of keys leading to photos and videos, but also personal information. What information is this? Those whose leakage can seriously threaten brave ladies. I'm talking about their names, ID card photos, fingerprints (!), Phone numbers, ID and passport numbers, driving license photographs, and even full home addresses. There is a serious risk that data may fall into the wrong hands and women will be harassed and threatened.
Examples of leaked documents – Texas driving license and payment card issued by Chase Bank. | Source: vpnMentor
The database has already disappeared from the network, but as anyone with a web browser could access it, it seems that its backups were definitely created. Something I feel that this matter will still be loud. Women knew that they risked a lot by taking up this form of gainful activity, but none seemed to believe that something like this could happen.