Panic Blog » The Case of the Stolen Source Code


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Someone managed to steal the source code to some of Panic’s software 😧https://t.co/0klXCkS2NG

— Antti Mattila (@anttti) May 29, 2017
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may 2017 by anttti
Panic var ett av företagen som drabbades av Handbrake-hacket. De fick sin källkod stulen och har skrivit om det:
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may 2017 by Aetles
writeup of Panic’s brush with blackmail and the Handbrake malware
may 2017 by kevinspencer
Interesting discussion about stolen code
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may 2017 by dogonwhe
RT : How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by jfield
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may 2017 by joewiz
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by jamies
RT : Panic Blog » The Case of the Stolen Source Code:
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may 2017 by diamondtin
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by sneak
Your infrequent reminder that anyone can be duped by malware if it catches them at the right moment. http://ift.tt/2rrdUxd
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may 2017 by rjp
RT : Things that don’t happen when you install from the MAS.

All your source code sent to some Ukrainian hacker.
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may 2017 by wrightak
Panic Blog » The Case of the Stolen Source Code
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may 2017 by gpessia
RT : We should all aspire to this level of transparency and leadership when something bad happens
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may 2017 by pulsar
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer.
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may 2017 by matus.tomlein
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by mattdoran
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by trentgn
RT : How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by chrispoole
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer.
In a case of extraordinarily bad luck, even for a guy that has a lot of bad computer luck, I happened to download HandBrake in that three day window, and my work Mac got pwned.
Long story short, somebody, somewhere, now has quite a bit of source code to several of our apps.
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may 2017 by rgl7194
RT : We should all aspire to this level of transparency and leadership when something bad happens
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may 2017 by sudonim
We should all aspire to this level of transparency and leadership when something bad happens
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may 2017 by jcontonio
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may 2017 by analogophile
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We should all aspire to this level of transparency and leadership when something bad happens
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may 2017 by lizconlan
We should all aspire to this level of transparency and leadership when something bad happens
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may 2017 by nigeljames
RT : How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by pesh2000
下載一個免費且開源的軟體,然後自家產品的原始碼被盜。我咧,太同情這位主施主了 Orz...
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may 2017 by mht
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by sbellch
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer. via Pocket
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may 2017 by jwelde
Steven Frank had his Mac compromised (yes! It can happen!) by a malware-infected version of video-encoding app Handbrake. They grabbed his credentials and accessed the Panic github and stole the source code - and then demanded a ransom. Company meeting!
<p>Someone has a bunch of our source code. But does it really matter? There are essentially three “worst case” scenarios we considered with our source being out there in somebody’s hands:

<strong>• They build free, cracked version of our apps</strong><br />• Guess what — those already exist. You can already pirate our software if you want to pirate our software — but please don’t — so this doesn’t really change anything in that regard. Also, whatever “free” version of our apps that would come from this person are virtually guaranteed to be infected with malware.

<strong>• They create malware-infected builds of our apps</strong><br />This seems likely. Given the person’s entire MO was to infect a well-used Mac app with malware, it seems inevitable. But we will find them, and working directly with Apple, shut them down. To minimize your risk, never download a copy of one our apps from a source that is not us or the Mac App Store. We are going to be hyper-vigilant about the authenticity of downloads on our servers.

<strong>• A competitor obtains this source to attempt to use it to their advantage in some way.</strong><br />The many Mac developers we’ve met over the years are fine, upstanding people. I can’t imagine any of them being this unethical, or even being willing to take the risk of us finding fingerprints of our code in theirs. And let’s not forget that — you guessed it — there’s a good chance any stolen source could have malware slipped into it.

Also, one important thought gave us some comfort: with every day that passes, that stolen source code is more and more out-of-date.</p>


Ransoms increasingly don't work.
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may 2017 by charlesarthur
RT : That HandBrake Mac malware leads to theft of product source code
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may 2017 by briansniffen
RT : That HandBrake Mac malware leads to theft of product source code
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may 2017 by mccabe615
The Case of the Stolen Source Code: writeup of Panic's brush with blackmail and the Handbrake malware
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may 2017 by waxpancake
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised . One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a…
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may 2017 by flobosg
Things that don’t happen when you install from the MAS.

All your source code sent to some Ukrainian hacker.
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may 2017 by tomburns
Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer. // In a case of extraordinarily bad luck, even for a guy that has a lot of bad computer luck, I happened to download HandBrake in that three day window, and my work Mac got pwned. // Long story short, somebody, somewhere, now has quite a bit of source code to several of our apps.
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may 2017 by djwudi
RT : How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by pfenya
Panic source code stolen
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may 2017 by edan
Handbrake Malware - The Case of the Stolen Source Code | Panic
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may 2017 by philrj
Sometimes bad things happen to good people, it’s how they react to the bad things that sets them apart.
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may 2017 by unclespeedo
RT : Kudos to Panic for being so open about this, I wish all the best for them:
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may 2017 by orta
RT : A Case of Stolen Source Code
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may 2017 by ripienaar
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may 2017 by stinkingpig
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may 2017 by jeremy6d
RT : How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by martin.weber
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Steven Frank:

Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer.

In a case of extraordinarily bad luck, even for a guy that has a lot of bad computer luck, I happened to download HandBrake in that three day window, and my work Mac got pwned.

Long story short, somebody, somewhere, now has quite a bit of source code to several of our apps.

This is one hell of a story and quite a shock, but the crew at Panic kept their heads together and did the right thing: they’ve opened up completely and honestly, refused to deal with the blackmailer, and I think they are correctly unworried about their source code being leaked publicly.

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may 2017 by josephschmitt
Steven Frank:

Last week, for about three days, the macOS video transcoding app HandBrake was compromised. One of the two download servers for HandBrake was serving up a special malware-infested version of the app, that, when launched, would essentially give hackers remote control of your computer.

In a case of extraordinarily bad luck, even for a guy that has a lot of bad computer luck, I happened to download HandBrake in that three day window, and my work Mac got pwned.

Long story short, somebody, somewhere, now has quite a bit of source code to several of our apps.

This is one hell of a story and quite a shock, but the crew at Panic kept their heads together and did the right thing: they’ve opened up completely and honestly, refused to deal with the blackmailer, and I think they are correctly unworried about their source code being leaked publicly.

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may 2017 by rufous
RT : Every developer’s worst nightmare, but of course and are handling it with aplomb:
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may 2017 by matheweis
How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by girma
How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by gpenston
How does it feel to get a bunch of your source code stolen? Not super great. Will we survive? Absolutely.
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may 2017 by phatblat