LAPSUS$ Hackers Claim To Have Breached Microsoft And Authentication Firm Okta
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LAPSUS$ Hackers Claim to Have Breached Microsoft and Authentication Firm Okta

Microsoft and authentication services provider Okta said they are investigating claims of a potential breach alleged by the LAPSUS$ extortionist gang.
The development, which was first reported by Vice and Reuters, comes after the cyber criminal group posted screenshots and source code of what it said were the companies’ internal projects and systems on its Telegram channel.
The leaked 37GB

Microsoft and authentication services provider Okta said they are investigating claims of a potential breach alleged by the LAPSUS$ extortionist gang.
The development, which was first reported by Vice and Reuters, comes after the cyber criminal group posted screenshots and source code of what it said were the companies’ internal projects and systems on its Telegram channel.
The leaked 37GB

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