Team communication platform, Slack, located at www.slack.com, has been hacked. Hackers were able to gain unauthorized access to a Slack database storing user profile information. Slack has since blocked the unauthorized access and made additional changes to their technical infrastructure to prevent future incidents. They have released two factor authentication and strongly encourage all users to enable that security feature.
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Slack has published the following information about the data breach:
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