May 10, 2024, 3:06 p.m. | /u/Agreeable_Ice_4774

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This sounds credible. Reposting something a Zscaler employee has posted on mastodon: [https://infosec.exchange/@thint/112417275652504941](https://infosec.exchange/@thint/112417275652504941)

"Follow-up update: Our investigation has confirmed that the isolated test systems in question are for training purposes and contain no sensitive or valuable information. We maintain several such systems, some intentionally left exposed to test potential breach scenarios and evaluate security protocols. In fact, it's possible that this system was a honeypot, though I can't confirm as that information is kept highly confidential. Even if it meant …

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