Nginx is the Internet’s largest server for serving files and content over the web, powering more than a billion sites, including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and many others.
It also serves up thousands of other services, including search engines, social media and file-sharing tools.
But the company’s cloud services, which include Nginx’s open source software and open-source code, have been subject to intense scrutiny over security and privacy concerns.
That’s not helped by the fact that the company says it only provides a limited number of services.
On Monday, a security researcher reported that Nginx had allowed hackers to break into and spy on servers it runs on its cloud.
Nginx has been criticized for its lack of security, and it’s now facing a legal challenge over its practices.
In an advisory published Tuesday, Nginx noted that the attack could have been prevented had the company acted earlier to take steps to mitigate the risks.
“We can’t stress enough how important it is to keep your server up and running, but as we’ve been saying for a while, this incident is not about us.
It is about our customers,” the advisory said.
Noggin also said it’s committed to “ensuring that our users are protected against the most sophisticated and dangerous attacks.”
It said it will make more changes to make sure the servers running on its servers can continue to function normally.
In a blog post, Noggen said it is aware of the incident and is “working hard to get back to you as soon as possible.”
The company added that it will be releasing an updated version of its Nginx security patch in a few days.
On Tuesday, the company released an updated Nginx version that includes an update to the OpenSSL library that protects against attacks by a variety of adversaries, including the Russian government.
It said Nginx will also continue to release security updates.
The security update for the OpenSSH software used to connect to Nginx servers is now available for download.
NOGGEN says it’s not disclosing the names of any affected servers because they are not affected by the vulnerability.