A London teen accused last April of hacking into Revenue Canada data now faces 16 more charges, the RCMP reported Dec. 3.
Stephen Solis-Reyes, 19, has been accused of 16 more computer-related accusations involving Revenue Canada, Western University and other targets in Canada and overseas.
Solis-Reyes was implicated last April in the Heartbleed bug and the unauthorized collection of data from the federal website.
Now, police claim he transferred data from the agency and broke into numerous other networks, as well.
He had originally been charged with unauthorized use of a computer and mischief.
He has a Dec. 19 court date.