Secrets exposed on Trello boards

Secrets exposed on Trello boards

Trello – a popular collaboration tool – allows users to create public boards but users expectedly don't care about interface warnings:

This leads to undesirable consequences like passwords leaks. Just check it by yourself, paste site:trello.com/b/ password and you will find lots of boards which are used as password storage. Even more you will find if you google site:trello.com/c/ login password which exposes tasks only:

Cloud definitely has lots of advantages but privacy is not one of them. There is always much more risk that data will be exposed to a third-party in cloud services than in on-premise solution hidden from the outside world in virtual private network.

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