Jeremiah Fowler

Jeremiah Fowler

Cybersecurity Researcher
Jeremiah is a cyber security researcher, technologist, and journalist who has discovered thousands of data breaches and vulnerabilities. With more than 10 years as a cyber security researcher Jeremiah has identified and reported some of the biggest data breaches and vulnerabilities to help secure the personal data of millions of individuals, companies, and governments from around the globe.

Jeremiah is a well known security researcher and thought leader who is often featured in top consumer and technology news media outlets. He is an advocate for personal privacy and data security. Jeremiah and the WebsitePlanet Team have worked together to identify exposed data and highlight the dangers of data breaches and personally identifiable information. Jeremiah translates complicated data security incidents into reports that even non-technical people can understand.

Jeremiah focuses on the topics of cyber security, privacy, and data protection.

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Blog Posts

Business Leaders & Celebrities’ Accounts Exposed in Startup Advice Platform Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained an estimated 121,000 member accounts of entrepreneurs and business leaders. The records belonged to Clarity.fm, a platform connecting entrepreneurs with experts for on-demand advice and consulting sessions. The database contained a total...

4.0
June 12, 2024
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Data Breach Exposed Thousands of Pet Medical Records Including Owner Information

Data Breach Exposed Thousands of Pet Medical Records Including Owner Information Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that contained over 56,000 records, including pet medical reports, DNA tests, pedigree history and other potentially sensitive information. As a longtime cyber security...

4.0
June 10, 2024
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Data Breach Exposed Nearly 400k Documents Connected to the America Family Law Center

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that held nearly 400k documents containing PII, partial credit card numbers, identification numbers, and other potentially sensitive information. The documents appear to be associated with the America Family Law Center and legal cases of their clients...

5.0
June 10, 2024
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Millions of Highly Sensitive Patient Records Exposed in Medical Diagnostic Company Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that contained over 12 million records containing medical diagnostic scans, test results, and other potentially sensitive medical records. The database contained a massive amount of medical test results that included the names of patients, doctors, if...

4.0
June 10, 2024
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The Israeli-Hamas Conflict Shows Cyber Warfare Is Now the New Normal

During the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine the hacktivist group Anonymous declared a cyber war against Russia. At the time, I conducted extensive research into the methods, tactics, and results of how a group of semi-unorganized non-governmental hacktivists were able to cause major havoc in Russia. Their strategy included everything from hacking news outlets, home...

4.3
June 10, 2024
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Australian Food Service Provider Internal Records and Invoices Exposed in Third-Party Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained 524k documents belonging to Patties Foods Limited, a leading provider of food services throughout Australia. The records included more than 25k invoices. The database also included evidence of ransomware. This discovery pertained to two...

2.8
June 04, 2024
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Indian Military & Police Biometrics Exposed in Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained over 1.6 million documents belonging to an Indian leading provider of biometric authentication solutions, with offices in the USA and Australia. The exposed records included the biometric identity information of members of the police, army,...

4.7
May 23, 2024
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Over 1.2 Million Documents, Including Security Guards and Offenders, Exposed in Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained over 1.2 million documents belonging to UK-based Amberstone Security Ltd, a technology and physical security services company.   The publicly exposed database contained 1,274,086 documents with a total size of 245.3 GB. These included...

4.8
May 07, 2024
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2.6 Million Towing, Storage, and Auction documents From 25 States Exposed In Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained 2.6 million documents related to towing, storage, and auction records from 25 states. The records belonged to Dallas-based Traxero, a technology provider for the towing industry. The exposed records provided a behind-the-scenes view of...

4.8
April 22, 2024
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Thousands of Children Exposed In UK Student Tracking Software Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that contained over 800,000 documents belonging to a UK-based school tracking software provider. The publicly exposed database contained 864,603 records, including an estimated 214,000 unique images of children. The database also contained 150 .xml and...

5.0
March 27, 2024
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Nearly 600,000 Records Exposed Online in Leading EV-Service Provider Data Breach

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained 573,309 records, which included invoices and customer information from an American-based EV-services provider. The rise of electric vehicles (EVs) has created a shift in the automotive industry, driven by increasing environmental...

4.3
March 06, 2024
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380 Million Records Online, Including Customer Data, Exposed by Global Network Service Provider

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that contained 380 million records, which included Zenlayer internal data and customer information.   The publicly exposed database contained 384,658,212 records (totaling 57.46 GB) that included internal files and exposed customer data. Upon further...

4.6
February 13, 2024
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Australian Travel Agency Exposed the Personal Data of Thousands of Tourists Online

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password-protected database that contained 112k records, which included traveler information, passport images, itinerary and ticket documents.   The publicly exposed database contained a total of 112,605 records with a size of 26.8 GB. Upon further research, it appeared that the...

5.0
February 13, 2024
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Affiliate Sales Platform Data Breach Exposed Identification Documents, Credit Cards, and More

Cybersecurity Researcher Jeremiah Fowler discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that held nearly 260k files containing images of credit cards, identification documents, personally identifiable information, and other potentially sensitive information.  The publicly exposed database contained 257,562 records with a total size of...

5.0
February 13, 2024
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3 Million Records from Thousands of Credit Unions Exposed

Cybersecurity Researcher, Jeremiah Fowler, discovered and reported to WebsitePlanet about a non-password protected database that contained three million records, which included over a million email addresses, account details, passwords, and more relating to thousands of credit unions across the United States.  The publicly exposed database contained a total of 3,125,660...

4.3
February 13, 2024
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