The team behind Datadog, a widely used SaaS-based monitoring and analytics platform for IT infrastructure, operations and development teams, has announced on Friday that they have suffered a breach.
“We have detected unauthorized activity associated with a handful of production infrastructure servers, including a database that stores user credentials. A user also has reported unsuccessful attempts to use AWS credentials shared with Datadog,” the company’s CSO Andrew Becherer explained in a security notice published on the company blog. Users and admin users have been notified of the incident by email the day before the breach was made public, and urged to revoke or rotate any credentials in use in their account.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Help Net Security