back to article Microsoft fixes flaw that could leak data between users of Azure container services

Microsoft today revealed it fixed a vulnerability in its Azure Container Instances services that could have been exploited by a malicious user "to access other customers' information." Azure Container Instances (ACI) is a serverless container environment. Microsoft says it offers the flexibility of containers and the security …

  1. Ken Moorhouse Silver badge

    employs "more than 3,500 security experts who are dedicated to data security and privacy."

    How big is the committee that oversees those experts?

  2. Sil

    Mitigate not fix

    Microsoft did not fix the flaw, it "mitigated it".

  3. ronkee

    Revoke credentials from August 31, presumably when mitigation started.

    Tell users on 9 September to start the process of revoking credentials.

    Not especially fast when the mitigation could have alerted someone with a zero day.

    At least the really sensitive data probably wasn't in Container Services to begin with.

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