SolarWinds updates flagship software

The company, used by hackers as a stepping stone to penetrate federal government networks, has released an update to address vulnerabilities in its Orion network management software. SolarWind's announcement on Thursday follows the discovery of a second group of hackers targeting its products.
The company was already looking into the aftermath of a massive breach when Microsoft announced last Friday that SolarWinds software had been attacked by a second, unrelated group of hackers.
The identity of these hackers remains unclear. But US officials and lawmakers said they believe the first group worked for Russia. Moscow has declined any responsibility for the hack.
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Even if cybersecurity providers like Microsoft and FireEye couldn't prevent federal agencies from breaking the network, these companies' stocks are rising. Wall Street is counting on governments and businesses to accelerate the purchase of the latest IT tools. This week, an iShares cybersecurity stocks fund extended the previous week's rally that had gained it nearly 10%.
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REPORTER: The company used by hackers as a stepping stone to penetrate federal government networks has released an update to fix vulnerabilities in its Orion network management software. SolarWinds' announcement on Thursday follows the discovery of a second group of hackers targeting their products. The company was already looking into the aftermath of a massive breach when Microsoft announced last Friday that SolarWinds software had been attacked by a second independent group of hackers.
The identity of these hackers remains unclear. But US officials and lawmakers said they believe the first group worked for Russia. Moscow has declined any responsibility for the hack. Although cybersecurity vendors like Microsoft and FireEye couldn't prevent federal agencies from breaking their networks, these companies' stocks are rising.
Wall Street is counting on governments and businesses to accelerate the purchase of the latest IT tools. This week, an iShares cybersecurity stocks fund extended the previous week's rally that had gained it nearly 10%.

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