Jeremiah Fowler

Jeremiah Fowler

Jeremiah Fowler is a Security Researcher and co-founder of Security Discovery. Jeremiah began his career in security research in 2015 and has a mission of data protection. He has helped identify and secure the data of millions of people around the world. His discoveries have been covered in Forbes, BBC, Gizmodo, among others. Security and responsible disclosure are not only a passion, but a way of protecting our digital lives.

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Report: Fitness Tracker Data Breach Exposed 61 Million Records and User Data Online

The WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Security Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered a non-password protected database that contained over 61 million records belonging to users around the world. The massive amount of exposed records were related to IOT health and fitness tracking devices. Upon further investigation there were multiple references to “GetHealth”, a...

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One of the Biggest Website Hosting Providers, DreamHost, Leaked 814 Million Records Online Including Customer Data

A database owned by DreamHost, DreamPress managed WordPress hosting, was publically accessible online.   3 Years of DreamPress Customer and User Data Exposed Online On April 16th, 2021 security researcher Jeremiah Fowler together with the Website Planet research team discovered a non-password protected database that contained just under one billion records. The exposed...

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Report: CVS Health Exposed Search Records Online

On March 21st, 2021 the WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Security Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered a non-password protected database that contained over 1 billion records. Upon further research it was apparent that the data was connected to CVS Health. We immediately sent a responsible disclosure notice to CVS Health and public access was restricted the...

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Report: Office Depot Europe Exposed Customer Data Online

On March 3rd, 2021 security researcher Jeremiah Fowler and the Website Planet research team discovered a non-password protected Elasticsearch database that contained just under a million records. The exposed records were labeled as "Production" and contained customer names, phone, physical addresses and more. The monitoring and file logs exposed many internal records that...

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Report: Call Center Provider Exposed Robocall Database

The Exposure Provides a Look Behind the Scenes of the Controversial Business of Autodialing. 1,481,280 calls made in 24 hours that included logs, exposing outgoing call data, and incoming phone numbers Details about how the calls are made and caller ID numbers The database updated every 5 min with real time call logs and internal settings such as IPs and VOIP...

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Report: Data Breach Exposed 323K Records Including Sensitive Court Files

Originally published on January 25th, 2021 On September 26th, 2020 the WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Security Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered a non-password protected database that contained over 323,277 court related records. Upon further investigation we noticed that the records were all related to Cook County, Illinois, the second most populous...

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Report: American Cable and Internet Giant Comcast Exposed Development Database Online

On December 1st, 2020 the WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Security Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered a non-password protected database that contained over 1.5 billion records. There were references to Comcast throughout the database including multiple subdomains, urls, and internal IP addresses. The publicly visible records included dashboard permissions,...

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The Internet’s Biggest Webmaster Forum Had a Data Breach

Another day and another big data leak. On July 1st the WebsitePlanet research team in cooperation with Security Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered a non-password protected database that contained records of the internet’s largest webmaster portal. Upon further research it appeared that Digital Point had leaked the data of 863,412 users. Digital Point claims to be the...

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