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Chase Bank discloses a bug that leaked information from its site.

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August 18, 2021

Chase Bank discloses a bug that leaked information from its site.

Chase Bank has disclosed that a flaw in its online banking site led to the exposure of user data to other users. The New York-based financial services provider’s data incident notice states, “We learned of a technical issue here that may have mistakenly allowed another customer with similar personal information to see your account information on or in the Chase Mobile app, or receive your account statements.” It’s unclear exactly how users were able to see this information or which customers were impacted. K2 Cyber Security’s Co-Founder and CEO, Pravin Madhani was tapped for commentary by CyberWire on the new data leak disclosed by Chase Bank

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