@scottalanmiller said in Ubiquity breached, downplayed the issue:
If you read the claims by "Adam" and then read the statement made by Ubiquiti, you can see from that alone that he was lying. The entire premise of his claim is that UBNT downplayed something and tried to blame Amazon. But there is nothing of the sort in the statement that UBNT made. Nothing. This "Adam" character fabricated it completely just to get attention. And Krebs didn't do any verification, even bothering to read his own story. He just published something he already knew to be false to get a headline.
How do you know it's Adam who's lying? What makes you so sure UBNT are telling the whole truth? In the end, the company has more to lose here, not the whistleblower.
“It was catastrophically worse than reported, and legal silenced and overruled efforts to decisively protect customers,”
Ubiquiti has not responded to repeated requests for comment.
“Legal overrode the repeated requests to force rotation of all customer credentials, and to revert any device access permission changes within the relevant period.”
Does that sound like a trustworthy company? Or one trying to cover their asses to protect stock prices?