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Hackers steal Mimecast certificate used to encrypt customers’ M365 traffic

Por: Ars Technica Tech January 13, 2021

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Navigate Filter by topic Settings Front page layout Site theme Comment activity Sign up or login to join the discussions! Sign up to comment and more - Jan 12, 2021 10:10 pm UTC Share this story Email management provider Mimecast said that hackers have compromised a digital certificate it issued and used it to target select customers who use it to encrypt data they sent and received through the company’s cloud-based service. In a , the company... + full article



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