Buffer is ill from AN attack on its systems that saw several of its customers send spam to their social networks.
The attack passed on Sabbatum, with the corporate regularly documenting its response on its Open web log.
Buffer is employed by people, however conjointly businesses, to arrange and schedule social media posts on networks like Twitter and Facebook. With AN investigation still in progress, not all the small print of the attack area unit offered, however the corporate has modified its processes to write in code OAuth access tokens and created additional security changes to its API.
Although the spam posts appeared on Facebook and Twitter, these services haven’t been directly compromised. Instead, users give access to their accounts by linking Buffer to those social networks and giving them the privilege to post on their behalf. Continue reading “Buffer upbeat despite suffering breach”