website hacked


Trapster, the popular app that alerts you about the location of speed traps and cameras has had their website hacked.

The passwords and emails of Trapster’s thousands of users have been compromised, so if you’re registered to Trapster, make sure you change your password. And if you use the same password for any accounts linked to your Trapster account (i.e. email) you should change it too, just in case.

Hit the break to check out the official announcement from Trapster:

Dear Trapster User:

The Trapster team has recently learned that our website has been the target of a hacking attempt, and it is possible that your email address and password were compromised. We have taken, and continue to take, preventative measures to avoid future incidents but we are recommending that you change your Trapster password. As always, Trapster recommends that you use distinctive passwords for each site you visit, but if you use the same password on Trapster that you use on other services, we recommend that you change your password on those services as well. For information on how to reset your password or improve the security of your passwords for your Internet usage, please click FAQs.


The Trapster Team