Updated: Atlassian Hackers Stole Employee Records, Floor Plans, More Via Third-Party App
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Update: Representatives from Atlassian and Envoy confirmed that the breach involved the compromise of an Atlassian employee account on Envoy and not any systems at either company.
Software company Atlassian said hackers stole employee records, building floor plans, and more data from a third-party application after a group calling itself SiegedSec published some of the data on Telegram.
Atlassian only learned of the incident on Wednesday. An Envoy spokesperson denied that the breach involved a compromise of their systems. Among Envoy’s clients are Slack, Pinterest, the Golden State Warriors, the Salvation Army, Hulu, and Lululemon.
“Our initial research shows that a hacker gained access to an Atlassian employee’s valid credentials to pivot and access the Atlassian employee directory and office floor plans h…
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