Syrian Electronic Army stole docs from Microsoft

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Syrian Electronic Army stole docs from Microsoft. After compromising Microsoft’s official blog and Twitter account last month, the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) sifted through employees emails to acquire documents related to law enforcement inquiries.
The company is investigating the information breach, but does not plan to release any of the documents and details, according to a Microsoft blog post.
“While our investigation continues, we have learned that there was unauthorised access to certain employee email accounts, and information contained in those accounts could be disclosed. If we find that customer information related to those requests has been compromised, we will take appropriate action” wrote Adrienne Hall, General Manager of the Trustworthy Computing Group within Microsoft.