Microsoft Says SolarWinds Hackers Downloaded 'Small Subset' of Azure, Intune, and Exchange Source Code
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Following an investigation it began in December, Microsoft said there is no evidence that the hackers behind the SolarWinds breach could access production servers or customer data.
The vast majority of the software giant’s source code was never accessed by the hackers, who got into Microsoft’s systems via tainted SolarWinds updates. But the hackers were able to gain access to a small subset of Azure, Intune, and Exchange components and download the source code. (Dan Goodin / Ars Technica)
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