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New York Times code stolen and leaked on 4Chan — Wordle apparently included

Controversial image board 4Chan is in the news again this week after two large data dumps were published on the site.

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Now, it appears that the New York Times Company is the latest establishment to have its data leaked on 4Chan over the past week. The data allegedly includes the source code of his viral game Wordle.

What data was stolen from New York Times?

x user @vxunderground seemed to be the first to notice that 270 GB of internal data connected to the New York Times was published online. The data contains the company’s internal source code and consists of more than 5,000 source code repositories. The leak consists of a total of approximately 3,600,000 files.

Crushable speed of light

According to a text file shared by the hacker, 6,223 folders were stolen from the New York Times‘ GitHub repository. This includes internal company IT documents and source code, which includes the popular pun that Times acquired in 2022, Wordle.

In a statement provided to beepcomputerhe New York Times confirmed that the company’s GitHub account was breached in January 2024.

He Times says that a credential for its GitHub account was “inadvertently made available” and the company took steps to rectify the issue at that time. He New York Times It also said that its own systems were not accessed during the breach and that the event did not affect the company’s operations.

It is unclear if there is any connection between the New York Times leak and the Disney leak.

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