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Okta said the attacker behind its September data breach stole more information than it first discovered, including details for all users of its primary customer support system. The San Francisco-based identity and authentication giant first publicly confirmed the breach on Nov. 3, warning that attackers had gained access to its customer support management system and […]

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We hate asking an organization we are helping secure to pay the single sign-on (SSO) tax. For those not familiar with the phrase, it refers to the license upgrade fee that many cloud software applications charge for unlocking the functionality needed to integrate with an SSO provider. See: The SSO Wall of Shame for a […]

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A breach of Okta’s support case management system using a stolen credential allowed attackers to access sensitive files uploaded by the identity security giant’s customers. The San Francisco-based company said the threat actor could view files uploaded by some customers as part of recent support cases, Okta Chief Security Officer David Bradbury wrote in a […]

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