Lawyers' Data Targeted In String Of Bar Association Hacks

By Xiumei Dong (December 11, 2020, 8:01 PM EST) -- The Washington State Bar Association restored a website portal it uses to license new members on Thursday, nearly a month after the bar group had taken it down following the discovery of a cyber intrusion.

On Nov. 13, the bar association informed its members and the public that it had been hit with a cyberattack, potentially exposing payment card information and other personal information registered on its website, myWSBA.org.

The association disclosed more details of the attack on Nov. 16, saying it discovered that a "malicious code that targets credit card numbers" was introduced to its website. However, the association said...

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