Hackers gained access to Microsoft email accounts and may have stolen sensitive data, including passwords and other credentials. While the extent of the damage is unclear, CISA considers the hacking of credentials an “extreme risk” and calls for a multilateral response.

Affected organizations need to review stolen emails, reset compromised logins, and strengthen authentication protocols for top-tier Microsoft Azure accounts.

The incident follows a separate attack in which Chinese hackers exploited vulnerabilities in Microsoft cloud software to steal emails from the Government and Commerce departments.

Source: Ferra

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