(Reuters) -SolarWinds Corp said on Thursday it had released an update to fix the vulnerabilities in its flagship network management software, Orion, following the discovery of another set of hackers targeting the company’s products.
SolarWinds, which is already dealing with the fallout from a massive hacking campaign that used the U.S. technology company as a springboard to infiltrate federal government networks, also has its software targeted by another and unrelated group of hackers, Microsoft said (NASDAQ 🙂 in a blog post on Friday.
The first set of hackers – blamed for an expansive digital drag network that compromised the Ministries of Finance, Trade, Homeland Security and Energy – is believed to be acting on behalf of Russia, US officials and lawmakers have said.
Russia has denied any responsibility for the hack.
The identity of the second set of hackers, or the extent to which they may have successfully broken in anywhere, remains unclear.
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