According to PC Mag, a "19-year-old Canadian was
arrested on Tuesday for his alleged role in the breach of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) website
, the first known arrest for exploiting the Heartbleed bug. Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes (pictured) of London, Ontario faces one count of Unauthorized Use of Computer and one count of Mischief in Relation to Data." That exploit led to a deadline extension for some Canadian taxpayers
in getting in their returns this year. The Register has the story as well
. The Montreal Gazette has some pointed questions
about how much the Canadian tax authorities knew about the breach, and when.