Skip to main content

Black Listed News
Trending Articles:
Trending Articles:

Chinese facial recognition database exposes 2.5m people

Published: February 16, 2019
Share | Print This


Source: sophos.com

A company operating a facial recognition system in China has exposed millions of residents’ personal information online.

Shenzen-based SenseNets is an artificial intelligence company that uses a network of tracking cameras to spot people and log their movements in its database. Unfortunately, the company exposed that information publicly online allowing anyone to access the information in plain text, it emerged this week.

Dutch cybersecurity researcher Victor Givors found the vulnerable database online and tweeted about it.

The database housed records on over 2.5m people, including their gender, nationality, address, date of birth, photo, and employer. A lot of this was linked to their ID card number, which was also revealed in the database records. China maintains a compulsory national identity card system for residents.

Read More...

Share This Article...



Image result for patreon

You Might Like


Image result for patreon


PLEASE DISABLE AD BLOCKER TO VIEW DISQUS COMMENTS

Ad Blocking software disables some of the functionality of our website, including our comments section for some browsers.





Login with patreon to gain access to perks!

SIGN UP TO GET BLACKLISTED NEWS DELIVERED RIGHT TO YOUR INBOX

Enter your email address:




More Blacklisted News...

Blacklisted Radio
Blacklisted Nation
On Patreon
On Gab
On Twitter
On Reddit
On Facebook
Blacklisted Radio:
Republic Broadcasting
Podcasts on Youtube
Podcasts on Demand
On Iheart Radio
On Spreaker
On Stitcher
On iTunes
On Tunein

Our IP Address:
198.245.55.242

Sponsors:
Garden office

good
longboard
brands


Advertise Here...






BlackListed News 2006-2019
Privacy Policy
Terms of Service