The Australian company behind a password manager that was subjected to a supply chain attack is blaming customers who post its advisories about the attack on social media, claiming this may lead to related attacks.
Australian company Click Studios has warned users of its enterprise password manager Passwordstate that a supply chain attack may have led to their customers' password records being harvested.
Software auditing tool maker Codecov has had its systems breached and the attackers are now reportedly using its bash uploader script to gain access to hundreds of its customers' networks.
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