Charlie Osborne reports:
Datadog has admitted to becoming a victim of a data breach and has recommended that users immediately revoke and change their credentials.
Datadog provides metrics for cloud providers across services, apps and systems, offering software-as-a-service (SaaS) which can integrate with platforms including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Windows Azure, Google’s cloud platform and Java.
The firm’s major partners include AWS, Slack, MongoDB and Fastly.
Datadog sent an email warning users of the data breach over the weekend, asking them to reset their credentials if they had stored passwords — with the exception of Google Auth and SAML users, who are not affected — as well as a notice to admin users, instructing them to revoke or change credentials stored in the Datadog system.
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