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5 Security Vendors That Have Reported Cyberattacks Since December

Five cybersecurity vendors disclosed in recent weeks that hackers have attacked their internal systems, compromised their certificates or attempted to access their email accounts. Here’s a rundown of what happened when.

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CrowdStrike

The Russian hackers behind the massive SolarWinds attack attempted to hack CrowdStrike through a Microsoft reseller’s Azure account but were ultimately unsuccessful, CrowdStrike said.

The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based endpoint security giant said it was contacted on Dec. 15 by Microsoft’s Threat Intelligence Center, which had identified a reseller’s Microsoft Azure account making abnormal calls to Microsoft cloud APIs during a 17-hour period several months ago, CrowdStrike Chief Technology Officer Michael Sentonas wrote in a blog post Dec. 23.

The reseller’s Azure account was used for managing CrowdStrike’s Microsoft Office licenses, and Sentonas said the hackers attempted to read the company’s email. That attempt was unsuccessful, Sentonas said, adding that CrowdStrike’s findings were confirmed by Microsoft. As part of CrowdStrike’s secure IT architecture, Sentonas said the company doesn’t use Office 365 email.

 
 
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