Red Hat reports that the Ceph community project and Inktank download sites were hacked last week and it's possible that some code was corrupted.
Red Hat had a really unpleasant surprise last week. Its Ceph community site, which hosts development for the open-source Ceph distributed object store, and the Inktank download site, the commercial side of Ceph, had both been hacked. What happened? Was the code corrupted? We still don't know. Red Hat reports, "While the investigation into the intrusion is ongoing..
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