What to know (and do) about the CRA breach and shutdown
The Canada Revenue Agency says it was forced to temporarily suspend its online services after a series of cyberattacks that compromised the usernames and passwords of thousands of accounts.
The federal government described the three separate hacks as a “credential stuffing” scheme — a type of cyberattack that uses passwords and usernames from other websites to access accounts with the CRA.
Original Article Source Credits: Global News , https://globalnews.ca/
Article Written By: Rachael D'Amore
Original Article Posted on: August 17, 2020
Link to Original Article: https://globalnews.ca/news/7281074/cra-hack-online-services/
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