Hackers Stole Traveler Photos From U.S. Border Patrol

A data breach of U.S. Customs and Border Protection has exposed the photos of people and vehicles traveling in and out of the country. Images transferred to a subcontractor’s network were reportedly stolen in what the CBP called a “malicious cyberattack.” “[We] learned that a subcontractor, in violation of CBP ...

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