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Despite your best intentions, you have exposed damaging information about your employer. It takes about 30 seconds to determine who you work for. By posting this information on a public forum without adequately protecting your own (or your employers) identity, you have potentially opened up yourself and your employer to serious consequences. Not only does ...


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Is the git account managed on your company's servers or are you a private repo on a public profile? The reason I ask this is because at my previous company we all had public git accounts that held private repos. Until my company got their github enterprise and managed the accounts and repo access from within. Basically it removed the need to maintain a ...


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First off, Mr. Positive has already succinctly answered your question. Report this and do it now (or as soon as you can reasonably pull the information together). I’m compelled to add a separate answer mainly because a comment alone doesn’t underscore the issue here. If you do not report this, you are missing the entire point of what Information Security ...


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What should we do? Since it appears that you can back up you claim, take all the evidence you collected to your direct manager and let them deal with it. Depending on your companies structure, you may optionally wish to copy an HR person as well. If your company has a security officer, that would be your best option. In short, report it to the ...


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