Officials from General Motors announced it was targeted by a credential stuffing attack in April, InfoSecurity Magazine reports. The attack exposed customers’ personal information, including names, email addresses, home addresses, usernames and phone numbers of people tied to specific accounts, last known and saved location information, their GM OnStar package, and family members’ avatars and photos. The company said the breach was done using credentials that were not obtained from GM itself. The company advised customers to change passwords and request a freeze on their credit cards.
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