While there don appear to be any obvious contradictions in the official timeline, as Angus and Rankin suggested, there certainly are a number of questions that the agency is not answering, namely:
The agency restored public access to all its online services on April 13. The next day, the agency released a statement about the stolen social insurance numbers.
The Canada Revenue Agency says it first learned of Heartbleed on April 7. The bug, which had gone undetected for two years, affects open source software called OpenSSL that at the very core of millions of applications used to encrypt Internet communications.
is a massive impact to the public. So it a decision you don want to take lightly, which is why I think 24 hours is pretty solid. And then to have things remediated and back up and running within a couple of days after that was very good. Conclusions
time, said Mark Nunnikhoven, vice president of cloud and emerging technologies at the software security firm Trend Micro.
The NDP Charlie Angus and Murray Rankin have asked National Revenue Minister Kerry Lynne Findlay to explain discrepancies in the timeline regarding this breach. Canadian Press put Angus and Rankin words to the test to determine if there were, in fact, discrepancies in the timeline that has been provided by the CRA and the RCMP.
How do we know the CRA has identified all the stolen social insurance numbers?
not talking about shutting down your personal website. You talking about shutting down the Canada Revenue Agency in the middle of tax season.
breach occurred between April 7 and 8 from the time it first learned of the bug until it shut down access to its websites or sometime prior to that when the bug was exploitable but undetected.
It can reveal the contents of a computer server memory, including private data such as usernames, passwords and credit card numbers. on April 8, two senior officials from the agency testified at a parliamentary committee, but made no mention of the bug.
On April 15, the RCMP revealed it has asked the CRA not to say anything about the data breach so it could continue its investigation. Some time that same day, Stephen Arthuro Solis Reyes, 19, was arrested at his home in London, Ont., and his computer equipment was seized.
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ends up being a security and a business decision, jointly, simply because of the impact to 36 million Canadians, he said.
Are there discrepancies in the CRA
This one earns a rating of little baloney the statement is mostly accurate, but more information is required. Here why.
Why didn the CRA cut off public access to its online services as soon as it found out about Heartbleed, instead of waiting nearly a day?
How does the CRA know whose social insurance numbers were stolen?
When exactly did the data breach occur?
One Internet security expert says even though the six hour window to steal data may seem like an eternity to a hacker, extracting information using the Heartbleed bug is actually relatively time consuming.
a six hour window in which someone exploited the bug and stole at least 900 social insurance numbers.
The Mounties charged Solis Reyes on Wednesday.
Angus and Rankin have asked Findlay some of those questions.
Why didn senior CRA officials tell MPs at committee about Heartbleed? Did they not know about it at that time?
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Later that same day, the agency cut off public access to its online services.
because it a random response, it not necessarily that the attacker was able to specifically target and say, I want credit card data, or only social insurance numbers. That would have made it much worse. there a Nike Shoes Transparent chance more social insurance numbers were stolen, Nunnikhoven said.
Sometime in the morning or early afternoon of April 11, the agency notified the RCMP and the federal privacy commissioner about the data breach. Late that afternoon, the Mounties asked the agency to wait until April 14 to tell the public about the stolen social insurance numbers.
guess as a professional would be it likely there more, but the downside is we probably never know, he said. challenge here is that the bug has been in place since March of 2012. We only knew about it on the 7th of April, 2014. said he takes no issue with the Canada Revenue Agency timeline.
New Democrat MPs Charlie Angus and Murray Rankin, in a letter to National Revenue Minister Kerry Lynne Findlay
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New Democrat MPs have raised questions about the Canada Revenue Agency response to the Heartbleed security bug, which a 19 year old hacker from London, Ont., allegedly exploited to steal the social insurance numbers of at least 900 people.
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