This database of more than 2 million network passwords is not protected, allowing anyone to access and download the content in bulk.
Cybersecurity researcher Sayam Jayne (Sanyam Jain) pioneered the discovery of the database and reported its discovery to TechCrunch.
TechCrunch tried to contact the developer but it didn't help. Finally, TechCrunch contacted the database host DigitalOcean, which closed the database within one day.
It is reported that each record in the database contains the WiFi network name, precise geographic location, basic service set identifier (BSSID) and clear password stored network password.