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 …
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!
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.
mozilla sell mediocre marijuana now, do they?
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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