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588 iFund Applications Accidentally Published

588 iFund Applications Accidentally Published

Posted December 3, 2008 at 11:00pm by iClarified · 7407 views
Kleiner Perkins's $100 million iFund accidentally had its entire application database leaked online today, according to TechCrunch. The iFund is used to invest in startups building applications for the iPhone.

The information published included: contact information, founder bios, the business plan, demos, financial information, etc.

It was accidentally published on the web by Kleiner Perkins’ former hosting provider, Meteora Technologies Group, in a SQL file. The file was then indexed by Google and found in a query on one of the companies.

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