[HackerNews] Rapid7 Source Code Breached in Codecov Supply-Chain Attack

Cybersecurity company Rapid7 on Thursday revealed that unidentified actors improperly managed to get hold of a small portion of its source code repositories in the aftermath of the software supply chain compromise targeting Codecov earlier this year.
“A small subset of our source code repositories for internal tooling for our [Managed Detection and Response] service was accessed by an

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