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Preventing Inadvertent Leaks of Sensitive Files from Application Servers

Inadvertent exposure of sensitive data, including configuration files, binaries, service credentials, usernames, passwords, or even .zip files containing critical information, is a growing concern. This issue often stems from something other than the sophisticated tactics of cybercriminals but from misconfigurations within an organization's own IT infrastructure. Specifically, Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) pipelines, a backbone of modern DevOps practices, can inadvertently become conduits for such exposures. This article explores how misconfigurations in various aspects of IT operations can lead to the unintended leakage of sensitive data and outlines steps to mitigate these risks.

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