Microsoft Azure and Outlook outages were caused by DDoS attacks

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Microsoft has confirmed that outages to its Azure and Outlook services were caused by DDoS attacks, which the company puts down to the threat actor that it tracks as Storm-1359.

This follows the tech giant’s new nomenclature for threats, whereby Storm denotes a group that is in development.

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