AU: Linux Australia server hacked, personal information may have been stolen

Sam Varghese reports:

A public server belonging to Linux Australia, the umbrella group for Linux user groups in the country, were breached on March 22, and the personal information of members may have been stolen.

Detailing the breach in a post to the main mailing list, the organisation’s president, Joshua Hesketh, wrote yesterday that the breach had been discovered during an investigation as to why a large number of error reporting emails had been generated by a server hosting the organisation’s conference management system. known as Zookeepr.

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