MongoDB Patches Remote Denial-of-Service Vulnerability

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MongoDB Patches Remote Denial-of-Service Vulnerability

MongoDB, a popular NoSQL database used in big data and heavy analytics environments, has patched a serious denial-of-service vulnerability that is remotely exploitable.
Companies using the default installation of MongoDB, which does not require authentication to access the database, are urged to update immediately to a patched version, and set up authentication. Hackers using a Shodan query or scanning the Internet for vulnerable installations, can easily find MongoDB servers online. According to the MongoDB website, large organizations such as MetLife, Bosch, Expedia, and The Weather Channel have the database in production for a variety of uses.

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