The news of a data breach makes the headlines, this time the victim is the popular
The company announced on Thursday that it has discovered unauthorized access to its production systems over the weekend.
The company immediately launched an investigation. At this time the company did not share technical details about the intrusion, it only revealed that has found no evidence that customer or user data was compromised.
“Over the weekend, there was an attack on Stack Overflow. We have confirmed that some level of production access was gained on May 11.” reads a data breach notification published by Mary Ferguson, VP of Engineering at Stack Overflow. “We discovered and investigated the extent of the access and are addressing all known vulnerabilities,”
Stack Overflow has more than 10 million registered users and it has over 50 million unique visitors every month. The Q&A platform is the most important website of the Stack Exchange Network.
In December 2018, another popular Q&A platform, Quora, revealed to have suffered a data breach.
Back in December, the popular Q&A website Quora revealed that has suffered a data breach.
Unknown hackers breached its systems and accessed 100 million user data, exposed data included names, email addresses and hashed password.
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