This weekend members of the British Conservative Party held an annual meeting in Birmingham and emphasized next year's plan and priorities using this event. This year's event has made a difficult start. In the official application, we were able to access the personal contact information of other participants without a password.
According to BBC, this application includes a button that allows the user to enter the e-mail address of the participant by pressing the button and can access without requesting a password. Several participants, as well as them, Access privately held information on accounts of various group members such as phone numbers and e-mail addressesHowever, Change information. Several high-ranking ministers were breaking the bill, but the two ministers I received a joke call Because of this vulnerability
CrowdComms, the company behind the application, announced the statement this morning, apologized for the omission, even though obviously the problem remained, the problem was said to be "resolved within 30 minutes" Push notification goes to the wrong person.
The incident caused many doubts: Conservative president Brandon Lewis said: To mutter While the parties were investigating the case, the information committee office in charge of information rights learned the case and said, "We investigated the incident with the Conservative Party." Telegraph In the case of breaching the European Data Protection Act, the part may be "subject to a fine of 4 [percent] This is an embarrassing start of the Party's meeting as a way to reconsider the image of the party as an offline party.
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UK Conservative conference application leaked attendee data
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