DeepFake, a Russian company that specializes in the exploitation of data breaches, recently announced it has breached a major US security firm.
The DeepFake breach affects the Microsoft Windows operating system and Microsoft Office programs, and the DeepFakes software also uses other data breaches to gain access to data stored in cloud services like Dropbox.
The company has been dubbed the DeepTrap team.
In a blog post today, DeepFake said it had discovered a number of vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s SQL Server software and had identified “many” other Microsoft products that could be exploited.
In response, Microsoft released the following statement: The company is extremely concerned by the DeepFlame attack and is taking the necessary steps to protect its customers.
We have taken a number, but not all, of the steps required to address the issue and are working on remedying the remaining ones.
DeepFlake’s announcement came on the heels of the disclosure of another attack on Microsoft software earlier this month, the DeepHack attack on the Microsoft Office suite and the DDoS attack on Target.
In an email to Ars Technic, Microsoft said the two attacks were independently determined to be attacks on a separate company.
Microsoft’s stance on the DeepLeaks attack has not been clear, but Microsoft has not commented on the company’s response to the Deep Fake breach.
The deepfake-aas software is a Russian product that exploits a number the vulnerabilities in other data breach tools.
The software uses SQL Server to perform the Deepflake attack.
The attack itself has the capability to steal data from a target’s system and store it in Microsoft systems.
The threat is that it can also store the data on servers in the cloud, and that attackers can leverage those servers to execute a DDoS or spear phishing attack against targets.
Microsoft says that DeepFlak was created by a Russian software developer.
It also says that a large number of Microsoft software is vulnerable to the deepfake attack.