Ever heard of Trapster, the website that has come up with mobile applications which warns users about speed traps? Well, it seems that the company is “trapped” in some way as users are notified that their passwords might have been exposed due to an attack. According to Trapster, they already know how the attack occurs, and have promptly gone about re-writing the code so that it will not happen any more down the road – yeah right, that is just wishful thinking since nothing is unbreakable in the world of computers. There is no indication on whether the hackers successfully captured any e-mail addresses or passwords, although the risk of that having happened is still there. Knowing this, you might want to change your password just in case Murphy decides to strike.
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