Inactive, unmaintained Salesforce sites vulnerable to threat actors
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Improperly deactivated and unmaintained Salesforce sites are vulnerable to threat actors who can gain access to sensitive business data and personally identifiable information (PII) by simply changing the host header. That’s according to new research from Varonis Threat Labs, which explores the threats posed by Salesforce “ghost sites” that are no longer needed, set aside, but not deactivated. These sites are typically not maintained or tested against vulnerabilities, while admins fail to update security measures according to newer guidelines. However, they can still pull fresh data and are easily exploitable by malicious actors, the researchers said.


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