Nov 082018
 November 8, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Colin Perkel reports:

A prominent Canadian medical marijuana company took weeks to fix a website security weakness that could have allowed hackers to access a patient’s sensitive information.

In an interview this week, the chief technology officer of Namaste Technologies said the changes were made late last month ahead of plans to roll out a complete reworking of the flawed application, which had been put in place in January.

The vulnerability allowed anyone to confirm whether a particular email address was registered with Namaste.

Read more on Globe and Mail.

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