Susan Bradley is blogging about a break-in on the server that runs numerous blogs for Microsoft MVPs (Most Valuable Professionals).
Currently she doesn’t know how it happened, but promises to let us know; it’s also being investigated by Microsoft support.
Kudos to Bradley for being open about this. It’s embarrassing for someone with deep expertise who blogs about security; on the other hand it demonstrates what a tough problem this is. I’ll be watching with interest for the further analysis.
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