German police hacked, suspect tracking data stolen

Darren Paul reports on another hack revealed last week:

Usernames, passwords, and coordinates stolen in data haul.

Hackers have broken into the German Federal Police and swiped location data used to track suspects.

The attack launched by the left-wing n0-N4m3 Cr3w hacking group compromised a server used by the country’s customs service.

It then published the contents including location coordinates, license plate and telephone numbers, police usernames and passwords, and a GPS application.

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