Hacker Gets Information from Company That Helps Police Track Phones

Securus -- the company that lets cops track phones in real time with what amounts to a "pinky promise," according to U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden -- has reportedly been hacked. The hacker, according to Motherboard, was able to get away with, at a minimum, a spreadsheet containing 2,800 logins and poorly encrypted passwords, some of which had already been cracked.

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