From Credit Union Times;
Clearpath FCU, an $87 million credit union headquartered in Glendale, Calif., has acknowledged its website was hacked and subsequently taken offline by the vendor that hosted the site. Read more
The event happened “around two weeks ago,” said John Lee, Clearpath executive vice president and chief operating officer.
He stressed that no member data was compromised in the attack. “Pretty much nothing was impacted,” said Lee, except of course for the removal of the site from the Internet.
The hackers apparently turned Clearpath's site into a weapon to be used against other sites. It is now offline while undergoing redesign. The article states that the Clearpath attack is not believed to have any relationship to the attacks on leading banks and credit unions which had been anticipated for May 7.