Home / Tech / In a filing, GoDaddy says a third-party gained access to info from up to 1.2M Managed WordPress accounts, including customer numbers and admin passwords (Daniel Cooper/Engadget)

In a filing, GoDaddy says a third-party gained access to info from up to 1.2M Managed WordPress accounts, including customer numbers and admin passwords (Daniel Cooper/Engadget)

In a filing, GoDaddy says a third-party gained access to info from up to 1.2M Managed WordPress accounts, including customer numbers and admin passwords (Daniel Cooper/Engadget)


Daniel Cooper / Engadget:

In a filing, GoDaddy says a third-party gained access to info from up to 1.2M Managed WordPress accounts, including customer numbers and admin passwords  —  In disclosures to the Securities and Exchange Commission, web registrar and hosting company GoDaddy has revealed that it discovered it had been hacked.

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