Hackers stole 63.2GB of source code from Microsoft’s private GitHub library

After announcing the successful hack of Indonesian company Tokopedia on March 28 this year, the hacker recently announced that he had stolen more than 63.2GB of .dump dump files from Microsoft’s private GitHub library. According to the file’s directory list screenshots, the dump file covers Azure, Office and some Windows runtimes.

Hackers stole 63.2GB of source code from Microsoft's private GitHub library

Hackers stole 63.2GB of source code from Microsoft's private GitHub library

The news was later confirmed by the Twitter account of Under The Breach, the data breach monitoring and prevention agency. It is important to note that although the source code for the breach is large, it does not mean that hackers will gain access to Microsoft’s core trade secrets, and that The content stored by Microsoft in the GitHub repository is generally public, even if it is stored in a private repository, and that Microsoft strictly screens the uploaded code to prevent the breach.

Hackers stole 63.2GB of source code from Microsoft's private GitHub library