Microsoft doesn’t treat its source code like a trade secret. Is that smart?

Microsoft security specialists discovered “unusual activity” within a number of internal accounts, including one that was used to view the company’s internal source code. (Micorosoft)

As companies continue to peel back the layers of the SolarWinds compromise and investigate its impact, some are seeing security strategies implemented years ago put to the test.

In the course of investigating the impacts of its own breach, Microsoft security specialists discovered “unusual activity” within a number of internal accounts, including one that was used to view the company’s internal source code.

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