Microsoft And Okta Confirm Breach By LAPSUS$ Extortion Group
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Microsoft and Okta Confirm Breach by LAPSUS$ Extortion Group

Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that the LAPSUS$ extortion-focused hacking crew had gained “limited access” to its systems, as authentication services provider Okta revealed that nearly 2.5% of its customers have been potentially impacted in the wake of the breach. “No customer code or data was involved in the observed activities,” Microsoft’s Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) said, adding that

Microsoft on Tuesday confirmed that the LAPSUS$ extortion-focused hacking crew had gained “limited access” to its systems, as authentication services provider Okta revealed that nearly 2.5% of its customers have been potentially impacted in the wake of the breach. “No customer code or data was involved in the observed activities,” Microsoft’s Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) said, adding that

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