GPS Tracker Security: We’re Good, They’re Not

GPS Tracker Security: We’re Good, They’re Not

ZDNet GPS Security Breach News

GPS Security Breach on ZD Net

Here’s what happened. A GPS tracker manufacturer has hundreds of thousands of devices in the field, all with a default password of 123456. Anyone with that password can enter their account, view locations, and track drivers. It’s inexcusable.
Inexcusable security lapses seem to be weekly events these days. Credit data stored in plain text at a credit bureau, mobile numbers in an unencrypted folder of a Facebook vendor. It happens all too often.
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