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SendGrid customers told to reset passwords and DKIM keys after breach

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    SendGrid, a Boulder, Colorado-based transactional and marketing email delivery service, urged customers to reset passwords on Monday, after an internal investigation discovered that an employee's credentials were compromised.

    In addition, customers with DKIM keys are being asked to generate new ones.

    According to a company blog post on the topic, on or around April 8, a Bitcoin-related customer was compromised, and had their SendGrid account used to send Phishing emails.

    It was believed the account compromise was isolated, but further investigation by SendGrid, in collaboration with FireEye and law enforcement, revealed that a SendGrid employee had their credentials compromised.

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