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Saint John and their Outsourced Parking Payment System

 

Saint John is the only Canadian city identified.

Saint John council tight-lipped following data breach report
Saint John council tight-lipped following data breach report

Credit card data stolen from thousands of Canadians

Credit card data stolen from thousands of Canadians


Click2Gov’s parent company, then called Superion, acknowledged in 2017 that a “limited number of on-premise clients had identified suspicious activity” on servers that run Click2Gov product.

Saint John one of at least 47 municipalities across North America affected by data breach: report
Saint John one of at least 47 municipalities across North America affected by data breach: report
Officials in Saint John are still investigating a data breach of personal and credit card information. Anyone who has paid a city-issued parking ticket online since 2017 may have been exposed.

Dozens of Municipalities Exposed in Click2Gov Software Compromise
2018-12-18

Dozens of Municipalities Exposed in Click2Gov Software Compromise


According to CentralSquare Technologies, the initial vulnerability which was identified in 2017 had been successfully mitigated, with all users being advised to deploy the software patch as soon as possible. However, it appears that the attackers uncovered another undetected vulnerability, which has yet to be patched.

 

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