Trapster just sent out an email to users informing them that the popular traffic and road hazard app's website has been the target of a hacking attempt and it's "possible that your email address and password were compromised."
Trapster hasn't divulged how many users are affected or who was behind the attack, but its suggesting all users change their passwords. Trapster has setup a FAQ page on the attack, including details on how to change your password and what it's done to prevent further breaches.

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