外汇属于什么行业Hackers use stolen password to access TurboTax tax return informationHackers use stolen password to access TurboTax tax return information Hackers accessed tax return information stored with TurboTax using a stolen password from a third party, an Intuit spokesman said Monday.The attack, earlier reported inDark Reading, didnt breach the internal systems at Intuit, which owns TurboTax. Instead, attackers took lists of passwords stolen from other services and used them to try to log in to TurboTax accounts, the spokesman said. There, valuable personal information, such as Social Security numbers, names and addresses, is stored in tax returns.Only one account was accessed, the TurboTax spokesman said. The account was of a customer in Vermont.The technique is called "credential stuffing," and it works because people reuse the same password across multiple accounts. Youre at risk if you use the same password for your TurboTax account and some other service that got hacked. Its the same approach hackers appeared to use to take over a Nest security camera owners device in January and play a hoax message.In addition to using a unique password, users can set up two-factor authentication that will require someone signing in from a new device to provide a onetime code to log in.According to the IRS, tax-related identify theft decreased in 2020, with 32 percent fewer fraudulent tax returns than the prior year.Originally published Feb. 25, 12:43 p.m. PTUpdate, 4:20 p.m.: Adds that one TurboTax account was affected by the attack.