Authentication software provider Okta is telling customers that attackers broke into its GitHub account earlier this month and copied confidential source code for its products, as first reported by tech news website BleepingComputer. This is the latest in a string of cybersecurity incidents Okta has faced over the course of the year, which include a breach of its internal systems in January...
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