Who was Javier Doyon-Tremblay working for when he used a computer inside the House of Commons to launch cyber attacks on the Quebec government?
The RCMP says the man, who also worked as an RCMP computer specialist, performed a series of attacks on the Quebec government in April. The press release suggests that Doyon-Tremblay might have been working for Anonymous in launching the attacks.
“While working at the House of Commons, [Mr. Doyon-Tremblay]
allegedly hacked into the network and gained administrative privileges.
He then would have proceeded with uploading a malicious program which
would have targeted the Government of Quebec’s main website,” the RCMP
According to his Linkedin account, Mr. Doyon-Tremblay worked
as a LAN administrator for the RCMP and as a support officer in the
information technology department of the House of Commons at the time of
his alleged attack.