back to article Microsoft admits some Azure, Exchange, Intune source code snaffled in SolarWinds schemozzle

Microsoft has admitted that as a result of installing backdoored SolarWinds tools in some parts of its corporate network, portions of its source code was obtained and exfiltrated by parties unknown. In a final public update on Thursday detailing its internal investigation into “Solarigate,” Redmond’s security team said it …

  1. Lee D Silver badge

    "Microsoft admits some Azure, Exchange, Intune source code snaffled"

    The next day they receive a note from the thieves with "You can keep this junk" written on it.

    Oh, and a patch for the 20 security flaws they found just glancing at it.

    1. FlamingDeath Silver badge

      Truth right there

      I get the feeling that the marketing department is the tail that wags the dog at Microsoft, too focused on UI changes for the “customer experience” ugghh

      Bunch of cowboys and half-jobs

  2. Claptrap314 Silver badge

    I'm reminded of the time when Dilbert's company's strategy was leaked to their competitors...

  3. Ken Moorhouse Silver badge

    Microsoft’s security team suggests there’s no reason to worry about these leaks

    Are they talking about the leak of the code?

    Or are they talking about any leaks that might be found within the code?

  4. Tree
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    Microsoft changes are too many to be a secret

    When they change Excel, Word, Powerpoint, etc., in order to confuse rivals, they introduce new code whith makes tthem vulnerable. The more they added to Internet Explorer, the ,more vulnerable it became. Now it is less safe than ever. It is a VIRUS ENTRY.!

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