Authentication services provider Okta is investigating a report of a digital breach, the company said on Tuesday, after hackers posted screenshots showing what they claimed was its internal company environment. From a report: A hack at Okta could have major consequences because thousands of other companies rely on the San Francisco-based firm to manage access to their own networks and applications. The company was aware of the reports and was investigating, Okta official Chris Hollis said in a brief statement. “We will provide updates as more information becomes available,” he added. The screenshots were posted by a group of ransom-seeking hackers known as LAPSUS$ on their Telegram channel late on Monday. In an accompanying message, the group said its focus was “ONLY on Okta customers.” TechCrunch adds: Okta chief executive Todd McKinnon confirmed the breach in a tweet thread overnight on March 22: “In late January 2022, Okta detected an

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