You know that marketing data your company's success is built on?
Well, Salesforce sent some customers a security alert because an API error may have exposed it.
The issue was related to a Marketing Cloud release that changed some code, beginning in early June.
Salesforce published a knowledge article without sharing much knowledge. Here it is, in its entirety:
"During a Marketing Cloud release that was rolled out between June 4,
The Salesforce Security team became aware of the issue on July 18, 2018. An emergency release (
Customers who may have been impacted by this issue were notified."
Data Breach Today reports on the Salesforce security notifications (what they actually said) and the story in greater detail:
"We are unable to confirm if your data was viewed or modified by another customer. As a result, we are notifying all potentially impacted customers who accessed the Marketing Cloud during this period," according to its alert.