Public Cloud Security Breaches Documenting their mistakes so you don't make them.

Drizly (2020)

In July 2020, Drizly, an on-demand alcohol delivery service, suffered a data breach that exposed the personal information of over 2 million users data. The source of the breach was an executive’s GitHub account that was the victim of a credential-stuffing attack. With access to GitHub, the attacker could find AWS credentials, reconfigure AWS security settings, and access a customer database, leading to the leak of 2 million user records.

LA Times Cryptomining

In February 2018, The Los Angeles Times was unwittingly part of a crypto jacking scheme. A publicly writable S3 Bucket on their website was discovered and configured to serve a Coinhive Monero Miner Javascript code. The injected code used the CPU power of any browser that visited the site.

Imperva RDS Snapshot

An unknown threat actor compromised an un-used EC2 Instance, accessed AWS API Keys, and used them to exfiltrate a Database Snapshot from security vendor Imperva.