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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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Belkin International

Belkin International was one of among two dozen companies identified Monday by The Wall Street Journal to install a trojanized version of the SolarWinds Orion network monitoring platform, potentially giving hackers access to sensitive corporate and personal data through a covertly inserted backdoor. The firm sells home and office Wi-Fi routers and networking gear under the Linksys and Belkin brands.

Playa Vista, Calif.-based Belkin told The Wall Street Journal that it had removed the backdoor immediately after federal officials issued an alert on Dec. 13. “There has been no known negative impact identified to date,” a company spokeswoman told The Journal.

The Journal said it gathered clues from victim computers collected by threat-intelligence companies Farsight Security and RiskIQ and then used decryption methods to reveal the identities of some servers that downloaded the malicious code. In some cases, the analysis led to the identity of compromised organizations and showed when the code was likely activated—indicating that the hackers had access.

 
 
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