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The Mozilla Foundation closed its online stores on Tuesday after a third-party company it uses to run one of the sites' back-end operations suffered a security breach. The security lapse hit GatewayCDI, a 100-employee outfit with offices in San Francisco, Chicago and Portland, Oregon, which runs the Mozilla Store, the foundation …

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Jobs Horns

Security? What security?

God, is there anything Mozilla can make secure? These days it seems they wouldn't even be capable of securing the purchase of a GM car if they turned up at the dealer first thing in the morning waving the full RRP in cash!

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Anonymous Coward

@AC 23:40

*THIRD PARTY*

Reread article with brain switched on.

Kudos to GatewayCDI. I had an advisory e-mail before I read this story advising me to change my details.

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Anonymous Coward

schwag?

mozilla sell mediocre marijuana now, do they?

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Linux

@AC 23:40

Nice to see you on T'Reg Ballmer

The security was down to the company running the store website

Mozilla add the products. The company do the rest.

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