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Some of Slack’s private GitHub code was stolen following a data breach


Slack has confirmed that it recently suffered a data breach, but reassured customers that their data was not affected by the incident.

In an announcement (opens in new tab) published by the online collaboration giant on December 31, 2022, Slack explained how an unknown threat actors obtained Slack employee tokens and used them to access private GitHub repositories. 



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