Red Hat Society, an organization dedicated to protecting free speech, has been hacked by an anonymous hacker.
The group has posted a new, more open statement in which they are blaming a “bogus security incident” for the hack.
In addition, Red Hat has released a statement on the incident, which is an explanation of how the incident occurred.
We are aware of the seriousness of this incident and take it seriously.
Our security team has been working around the clock to resolve the issue, and we continue to provide a comprehensive security plan.
The Red Hat team is taking every step to ensure the security of all our customers and users and to improve our security posture.
As a result of the incident and its aftermath, we have made changes to our security measures and procedures to ensure that our customers’ data is protected.
Red Hat is working closely with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to determine the identity of the attacker, and to provide the public with a full description of the issue and any mitigation measures we have taken.
We will continue to monitor this issue and will provide updates as warranted.
RedHat Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated in part to protecting freedom of speech, will remain open as we investigate this incident.
In a statement posted on RedHat.com, Redhat Society Executive Director David Smith wrote, “As a society, we are all responsible for ensuring that our ideas are free and that the ideas of others are not stifled.
We must remain vigilant against attempts to silence free speech in our society.”
Smith added, “We have an important responsibility to protect the people who hold power in our communities.
We stand ready to provide whatever assistance we can to our customers who are affected.”
Smith did not respond to a request for comment.
Redhat.com posted the following statement in response to the Red Hat security incident: “Red Hat is aware of an incident affecting Red Hat society and our security team is working around it to ensure our customers are protected.
In the meantime, RedHat has a dedicated security team dedicated to investigating this incident to ensure its root cause is solved.” “
We are taking every precaution to ensure all our users are protected, including the Red Hats on the world wide web.
In the meantime, RedHat has a dedicated security team dedicated to investigating this incident to ensure its root cause is solved.”
Red Hat, a leading provider of open source software, has more than 400,000 active users and more than 1 billion active projects.
The company’s security team maintains an extensive list of open sources and other open source projects, which are used by more than 15 million developers and maintainers.
Red hat society is also a founding member of the RedHat Technology Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides financial support to open source and open source related organizations.
Red hats security team recently received $20,000 from the foundation to fund their efforts to prevent and remediate security incidents in the open source community.
Red and Blue Hat, two companies that were formerly Red Hat’s main competitors, are also members of the foundation.
Red Hats founder John von Neumann is also the current president of the company.
The news of the hack comes as more and more organizations have taken steps to protect their users’ information, including setting up privacy policies for all their users.
In August, Facebook said that it would require all of its users to sign in to use its apps, but also said that the company would soon make the process of removing users’ accounts simpler and more secure.
Red, Blue, and other major software companies have been doing more than just announcing privacy policies and releasing software updates.
They have also taken steps that include building in strong security controls for their software, implementing best practices for how they keep users’ data secure, and using open source tools to help protect their data from hackers.
Redhats statement on this incident was in line with those of other major companies.
On Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it had opened an investigation into Red Hat and BlueHats practices, and the FTC’s investigation will focus on how Red Hat uses open source products and services to protect its customers and employees.
“If a company is not willing to take the necessary steps to safeguard its customers’ personal information, the FTC will take appropriate action,” said FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez in a statement.