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Here Are 24 Reported Victims Of The SolarWinds Hack (So Far)

From tech giants, internet service providers and IT solution providers to federal agencies and county governments, here’s a deeper look at 24 of the publicly identified victims of the colossal SolarWinds hack.

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Casting A Wide Net

The manual supply chain attack against SolarWinds’ Orion network monitoring platform has sent shockwaves throughout the world, with suspected Russian foreign intelligence service hackers gaining access to U.S. government agencies, critical infrastructure entities and private sector organizations.

The victims have included government, consulting, technology and telecom firms in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, FireEye threat researchers wrote on Dec. 13. FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia said Sunday that only 50 of the 18,000 organizations who installed malicious SolarWinds Orion code into their network were “genuinely impacted” by the campaign.

Similarly, Microsoft President Brad Smith said Dec. 17 that just over 40 of the company’s customers were precisely targeted and compromised through trojanized Orion updates. From tech giants, internet service providers and IT solution providers to federal agencies and county governments, here’s a deeper look at 24 victims of the colossal SolarWinds hack who’ve been publicly identified (so far).

 
 
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