Imperva Hacked: Customer API Keys, SSL Certificates Stolen


Cloud security specialist Imperva says its Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) product has been hacked, with a “subset” of customers’ API keys and SSL certificates stolen in the attack which was discovered on August 20.

The Redwood Shores, California-based firm – which was bought by private equity giant Thoma Bravo for for $2.1 billion in October 2018 – says the breach was disclosed to it by a third-party. The company has yet to reveal details of that disclosure. 

Imperva’s WAF was previously known as Incapsula. The company describes it as “a key component of Imperva’s market-leading, full stack application

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