Zack Whittaker reports: Since the protrude of the outbreak, governments and companies hold scrambled to develop apps and websites that can help users describe COVID-19 symptoms. Indias largest cell network Jio, a subsidiary of Reliance, launched its coronavirus self-test symptom checker�in late March, just before the indian authorities imposed a�strict nationwide lockdown�to prevent the further overspread of the coronavirus. The symptom checker allows anyone to arrest their symptoms from their phone or Jios website to view if they may have become infected with COVID-19. But a security lapse exposed one of the symptom checkers core databases to the net without a password, TechCrunch has found. record more on TechCrunch.