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The breach accessed some common account information, such as license plate numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers.
Sacramento, CA — Sacramento Public Works Department Warn residents about data breaches ParkMobile Parking app from March 2021.
A department official said the breach was caused by a vulnerability in the third-party software used in the ParkMobile app. The breach accessed some common account information, such as license plate numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers.
A small number of cases also include a home mailing address, officials said.
The encrypted password was also obtained in violation, but department officials say the encryption key needed to display the password was not accessed.
Officials say that particularly sensitive data such as social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and dates of birth were not collected from the app and were not obtained in violation.
After identifying weaknesses in third-party software, authorities said they would eliminate them and continue to monitor systems and security.Park Mobile users who want to change Password We recommend that you do so.
“As the largest parking app in the United States, user trust is our number one priority. Rest assured that we take our responsibility to protect the security of your information seriously,” officials said in a statement about the breach. Stated.
The Department of Public Works also said it had notified appropriate law enforcement authorities of the breach.
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