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    404, archive here: https://archive.vn/795yh

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      Strange, for me the page works but not the archive. I have made a new snapshot on the web archive, just in case: https://web.archive.org/web/20201218113458/https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-cyber-breach-idUSKBN28R2ZJ

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      The article is so light on detail that I can’t tell for sure, but it sounds like they’re just saying binaries were hosted on Azure infrastructure, not that they were necessarily being executed on Microsoft infrastructure. So they might not be any more infected than Google would be if I put a malicious binary in my Google Drive.

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        Microsoft going full Stallman! And I thought their embrace of open source was a cynical ploy…

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          Microsoft says it found malicious software in its systems

          Nothing surprising. Proprietary software is malicious inherently.

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            C’mon now, Ioseb.