Hitachi Energy said last week that a flaw in GoAnywhere, a file transfer service it uses, had exposed it to hackers in February. Hitachi Energy stated that the company has recently learned of the relevant news, and the attack has caused hackers to access employee data in some countries of the company. GoAnywhere’s official website claims that it has as many as 3,000 corporate customers, including some large companies with annual revenues of US$1 billion and tens of thousands of employees. At the same time as the security bulletin was issued in February, GoAnywhere also issued an emergency fix for software vulnerabilities.
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