Microsoft’s law enforcement inquiries document stolen

Washington, Jan. 26: Microsoft has reportedly revealed that documents associated with the software giant’s law enforcement inquiries were compromised during recent attacks on employee email accounts.

Microsoft had earlier confirmed a breach by the Syrian Electronic Army, targeting e-mail accounts of a few employees.

The company issued a further warning and promised appropriate action in case of a compromise of customer information related to the law enforcement requests, the Verge reported.

However, the software company outright refused to comment on the validity of any stolen emails or documents. (ANI)