Hackers nip at LA police canine group

    Date22 Feb 2012
    CategoryLatest News
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    Posted ByDave Wreski
    Group claims to have found objectionable photos of children in officer's e-mails after breaking into police Web site and stealing passwords and other data. Hackers today released names, addresses and phone numbers of more than 100 officers whose information was pilfered from the Web site of the Los Angeles County Police Canine Association.

    LACPCA President Tony Vairo confirmed to CNET that the group's site was hacked and said that the FBI had notified him of the breach. He said he could not comment further.

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