back to article Zendesk clocks 10,000 accounts accessed by miscreants before November 2016

Zendesk has admitted to suffering a data snafu – but while it affects 10,000 customers, it only applies to those who were using the firm's helpdesk products before 1 November 2016. In an email to all its customers, seen by The Register, Zendesk coughed to the breach. "We recently became aware of a security matter that may …

  1. steviebuk Silver badge


    A certain NHS trust was using this last time I knew. Despite us saying years ago it was a bit shit. Anything to stop us visiting actual users in person was the real reason they wanted it used.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: -Snigger-

      Why would anyone want to visit actual users in person?

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Your data given new life!

    Someone sold on decommissioned disks without wiping them first?

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    not a secure website...

    they lost peoples private TLS keys and then proceed to have a website that has :

    No DNSSEC - its 2019 and yes acking dns is a thing

    No IPv6 - 464xlat needed to access from a mobile device.

    No SRI or complete CSP - no signing external resources I mean no one outside would include any problems in their javascript

    easy to fix yet not done for some reason ?

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