Microsoft admits hacking group Lapsus$ stole source code while Okta also confirms breach

Tech giant Microsoft insists group had only ‘limited access’ but Okta believes 2.5 per cent of customers could be impacted

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Microsoft admits hacking group Lapsus$ stole source code while Okta also confirms breach

Microsoft says hacking group Lapsus$ gained "limited access" to its systems but insists that no customer code or data was involved in the breach. Lapsus$ - which has previously claimed to have h...

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