Hackers post personal info for BART police

Continuing their cyber-war against Bay Area Rapid Transit (CA), hackers broke into the website for the union representing BART’s police force and published personal information for 102 officers. “These people are criminals and we’re going to forward this information to the FBI,” said union president Jesse Sekhon. “These people need to be brought to justice. They can’t be terrorizing people.” No one immediately took credit for the breach, which posted names, home addresses, email accounts, and site passwords. “We condemn this latest attack on the working men and women of BART,” said interim general manager Sherwood Wakeman in a statement. “We are deeply concerned about the safety and security of our employees and their families.” Hackers are targeting BART for shutting down cell phone service on station platforms in anticipation of a protest last week. Link to full story in San Francisco Chronicle.

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