A hacker seems to have breached the security of Nexenta Systems which is the world’s leading provider of Software-defined Storage solutions. The hacker seems to have dumped the database records of the Nexenta.com website. The company’s flagship software-only platform, NexentaStor, delivers high-performance, ultra-scalable, cloud- and virtualization-optimized storage management. Privately held, Nexenta is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
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