Microsoft, in a blog post , said the hackers that recently broke into its systems as part of the SolarWinds breach were able to view some of the proprietary “source code” that runs its software, without specifying which products might have been affected. The disclosure, which comes two weeks after Microsoft acknowledged that it had found malicious software on its networks that exploited...
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