Microsoft denies data breach, theft of 30 million customer accounts

Microsoft has denied the claims of the so-called hacktivists “Anonymous Sudan” that they breached the company’s servers and stole credentials for 30 million customer accounts.

Yesterday, the hacktivists alleged that they had “Successfully hacked Microsoft” and “Accessed a large database containing more than 30 million Microsoft accounts, emails, and passwords.”

The post even includes a sample of the data they offered as proof of the breach and warned that Microsoft would deny those claims.

BleepingComputer has contacted Microsoft to request a comment on the validity of Anonymous Sudan’s saying and a company spokesperson flatly denied any data breach claims.

“We have seen no evidence that our customer data has been accessed or compromised” – Microsoft spokesperson.

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