#CyberFLASH: UPDATE – Canadian cards from Home Depot attack appear to be for sale online

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Canadian credit and debit cards compromised in a recent hacker attack on Home Depot appear to be available for sale online.

Security researcher Brian Krebs, who first reported the attack last week, said on Tuesday that the stolen data, which can be used to make fake cards, is available for sale online. Cards issued by all of the big five Canadian banks — RBC, TD, CIBC, BMO and Scotiabank — are listed on at least one website selling hacked credit card information.

American Express cards and cards issued by a number of smaller banks and credit unions are also on the list.

Home Depot said on Tuesday that Canadian credit and debit cards could have been compromised in the attack, which targeted customer information at the company’s stores in Canada and the U.S.

People who have used credit or debit cards at Home Depot stores in Canada since April 2014 may have had their card information stolen, a company spokesperson said.

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