Hackers viewed Microsoft source code in the Solorigate Incident aka the SolarWinds God-Mode hack


Microsoft said its cybersecurity starts with the assumption that hackers may already have access to the company’s source code. The tech giant added additional layers of security to protect its services.

“We do not rely on the secrecy of source code for the security of products, and our threat models assume that attackers have knowledge of source code,” the company said. “So viewing source code isn’t tied to an elevation of risk.”


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