server that wasn’t secured with a password containing 58,000 unencrypted MoviePass customer card and credit card numbers was left out in the open for anyone to find online, according to A MoviePass server that wasn’t secured with a password containing 58,000 unencrypted MoviePass customer card and credit card numbers was left out in the open for anyone to find online, according to Tech Crunch . The database contained full credit card numbers with detailed billing information that could potentially have been used for fraudulent purchases. The security researcher who discovered the database reportedly tried to alert MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe over the weekend, but the company didn’t pull the servers offline until Tech Crunch reached out to the company on Tuesday. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . A MoviePass server that wasn’t secured with a password and contained 58,000 unencrypted MoviePass customer card and credit card numbers was left out in the open for anyone to find online, according to Tech Crunch . Dubai-based security researcher Mossab Hussein of cybersecurity firm SpiderSilk discovered the unprotected database, which contained 161 million records of operations at MoviePass. See the rest of the story at Business Insider Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How does MoviePass make money? See Also: How to save voicemails from your iPhone and share them in a variety of ways A new leak suggests the next Apple Watch will be the first to come in titanium, just like the Apple Card A new Google Assistant feature tracks the location of your loved ones and sends them reminders like picking up the groceries SEE ALSO: The definitive story of how a controversial Florida businessman blew up MoviePass and burned hundreds of millions

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