SolarWinds Hackers May Have Been Lurking in Company's Office 365 Systems for Months
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Evidence is emerging that the SolarWinds hackers were lurking in the company’s office 365 systems for months, newly appointed CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna said.
One theory holds that the hackers may have compromised the company’s Office 365 accounts even earlier and then used it as the initial entry point into the company. However, that is one of several theories being pursued. (Robert MacMillan / Wall Street Journal)
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