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4 responses to “Atlassian Security Breach and Warning >>> Update: Apology and Disclosure”

  1. John Armstrong

    Interesting. Especially in light of recent apache issues.

    Whats the real deal Atlassian? We want to know.

    http://people.apache.org/~joes/jira-hacked.txt

  2. Jon Silvers

    John and Zoli,

    We just published a blog post that sheds some more light on the matter. Our communications this morning were quite poor and raised more questions than answers. Big lesson learned! We will be publishing additional details once we’ve done further research into the security breach.
    Please have a look at the blog and let us know if you have more questions.
    http://blogs.atlassian.com/news/2010/04/oh_man_what_a_day_an_update_on_our_security_breach.html

    – Jon

  3. David Frost

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