Pure Storage says it was breached as Snowflake victim count continues to grow

That exposed company names, LDAP usernames, email addresses, and the version number of the company’s Purity software but no “compromising information such as passwords for array access, or any of the data that is stored on the customer systems,” a statement said.

The company said it was monitoring its infrastructure for unusual activity and had seen no evidence of any further attacks on itself or its large customer base. It didn’t reveal the security weakness that caused the breach.

Unfolding cyberattack

Several issues revealed by the Snowflake-related incidents will be worrying experts: the long timescale over which some elements of it seem to have occurred, the scale of any subsequent data breaches, and the underlying security weaknesses that made it possible.

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