The automotive company General Motors (GM) was the victim of a credential stuffing attack that ran from April 11th through April 29th. Credential stuffing attacks are when threat actors use collections of username and password combinations leaked in other sites’ data breaches to gain access to user accounts on a website. It was confirmed that the threat actors were able to breach the accounts of multiple customers and gain access to their data. The information included names, addresses, phone numbers, locations, pictures, search information, and access to their rewards points, which in many cases were traded in for gift cards by the threat actors.
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