Telangana Police hit by second major data breach in a week as TSCOP App compromised


Just a week after the hacking incident involving Telangana police’s HawkEye app, another app, TSCOP, has been compromised as well.

As a result, policerelated data is currently available for sale on online forums. The same hacker responsible for the breach of HawkEye is behind this security lapse. The TSCOP app user data is being sold online for $120.

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Source: Times of India


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