1. Microsoft confirms hackers had access to Outlook accounts for the past three months  The INQUIRER
  2. Microsoft admits Outlook.com hackers were able to access emails  The Verge
  3. Outlook.com hacks is worse than Microsoft first claimed  SlashGear
  4. Outlook.com breach allowed hackers to read (some) emails for months  TechRadar
  5. Claim Outlook.com website breach much worse than Microsoft admits  MSPoweruser
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Microsoft has been forced to admit that its Outlook.com security breach was worse for some customers than others. Hackers used stolen customer support credentials to access some accounts, and were even able to access the contents of emailsThe security breach was worse for some than others

Microsoft admits Outlook.com hackers were able to access emails - The Verge

It's probably rare to see @msn.com or @hotmail.com or even the newer @outlook.com these days but users of these long-standing email accounts do exist. They mayIt’s probably rare to see @msn.com or @hotmail.com or even the newer @outlook.com these days but users of these long-standing email accounts do exist. They may show their age but now they mig…

Outlook.com hacks is worse than Microsoft first claimed - SlashGear

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Microsoft confirms hackers had access to Outlook.com accounts for the past three months

Email accounts across Microsoft’s Outlook, Hotmail and MSN services were left vulnerable for almost three months after it emerged that hackers had targeted them.Email accounts across Microsoft’s Outlook, Hotmail and MSN services were left vulnerable for almost three months after it emerged that hackers had targeted them.

Outlook and Hotmail users left exposed in Microsoft email breach

“NEW: Hackers had access to any non-corporate hotmail, outlook, or MSN email account for six months and were able to read the content of emails https://t.co/9mUUAeKuzp”

Jason Koebler on Twitter: "NEW: Hackers had access to any non-corporate hotmail, outlook, or MSN email account for six months and were able to read the content of emails https://t.co/9mUUAeKuzp"

“Hackers Could Read Your Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook Emails by Abusing Microsoft Support https://t.co/HpujAPxems via @motherboard”

toomas hendrik ilves on Twitter: "Hackers Could Read Your Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook Emails by Abusing Microsoft Support https://t.co/HpujAPxems via @motherboard"

“Microsoft issues alert over Outlook hack https://t.co/JlN6zWX8a9”

Eric Vanderburg on Twitter: "Microsoft issues alert over Outlook hack https://t.co/JlN6zWX8a9… "

“After hackers break into Hotmail and Outlook, #Microsoft first denies then admits the intruders had full access to your emails https://t.co/IG8UiRVDpK”

Ronan Price on Twitter: "After hackers break into Hotmail and Outlook, #Microsoft first denies then admits the intruders had full access to your emails https://t.co/IG8UiRVDpK"

Microsoft initially denied that email content was viewable by the perpetrators.Accounts were compromised for three months and possibly longer

Outlook.com breach allowed hackers to read (some) emails for months | TechRadar

Microsoft has sent out warning emails to a limited number of Outlook.com accounts that may have been somewhat compromised over the last three months.Microsoft has sent out warning emails to a limited number of Outlook.com accounts that may have been somewhat compromised over the last three months.

Microsoft reveals a security breach hit some Outlook.com accounts

Microsoft acknowledged on Saturday that a breach affected a customer support account, which was then used to gain access to information about private users’ email accounts.Microsoft acknowledged on Saturday that a breach affected a customer support account, which was then used to gain access to information about private users’ email accounts.

Hackers 'were able to breach user emails in Outlook, MSN, and Hotmail for a period of six months' | Daily Mail Online

On Saturday TechCrunch reported that Microsoft’s Outlook.com web service has been breached for around 3 months, between January and March 2019, after “cybercriminals” managed to acquire the credentials of a customer support rep. Microsoft said the credentials gave access to the email addresses, subject lines and folder names of a “limited number” of email accounts, but not the […]

Claim Outlook.com website breach much worse than Microsoft admits - MSPoweruser

Claim Outlook.com website breach much worse than Microsoft admits - MSPoweruser

MICROSOFT email services have been compromised for months leaving email addresses and email contents exposed to hackers. Outlook is one of the email services in question and Microsoft has admitted that users could have had their email addresses, subject lines of emails, correspondent names and custom folder names breached.MICROSOFT email services have been compromised for months leaving email addresses and email contents exposed to hackers. Outlook is one of the email services in question and Microsoft has admitted …

Microsoft warns Outlook was HACKED and crooks were able to see your emails for three months – how to stay safe

Microsoft has confirmed that some of its email services have been breached by hackers, with the contents of some user emails exposed by the attack.Microsoft has confirmed that some of its email services have been breached by hackers, with the contents of some user emails exposed by the attack.

Microsoft users' emails exposed in data breach

Microsoft has confirmed that a number of users who use the company’s email services have had their details compromised in a security breach.Microsoft has confirmed that a number of users who use the company’s email services have had their details compromised in a security breach.

Microsoft reveals major email security breach

Microsoft says that its email service Outlook.com has suffered a security breach with some users’ addresses, folder names and subject lines visible to a hacker.Microsoft says that its email service Outlook.com has suffered a security breach with some users’ addresses, folder names and subject lines visible to a hacker.

Microsoft warns Outlook users to change passwords after hackers gained access - Independent.ie

Microsoft claims that apart from the content of the emails including attachments, the hackers could have possibly viewed account email addresses, folder names and subject lines of the mails sent and received.Microsoft claims that apart from the content of the emails including attachments, the hackers could have possibly viewed account email addresses, folder names and subject lines of the mails sent and received.

Microsoft Says Hackers Had Access to Some Outlook.com Accounts for 3 Months | Technology News

More details emerge about the recent Microsoft hackMore details emerge about the recent Microsoft hack

Microsoft Hacked: Attackers Actually Able to Read User Emails