Linux distro hacked on GitHub, “all code considered compromised”

Paul Ducklin writes:

Data breaches are always bad news, and this one is peculiarly bad.

Gentoo, a popular distribution of Linux, has had its GitHub repository hacked.

Hacked, as in “totally pwned”, taken over, and modified; so far, no one seems to be sure quite how or why.

That’s the bad news.

Fortunately (we like to find silver linings here at Naked Security):

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