Stack Overflow, a popular question and answer site for programmers, disclosed a digital attack in which bad actors accessed its production systems.
Mary Ferguson, VP of Engineering at the company, publicly revealed the incident on 16 May. In a statement
posted to Stack Overflow’s website, she explained that someone had obtained production-level access to the platform on 11 May. She clarified that the company has investigated the extent of access acquired by the unknown parties. Through this effort, the website’s security personnel determined that those individuals had not comp ..