Data for more than 20 million Pittsburgh parking app users stolen after major hack

PITTSBURGH — More than 20 million users had their information stolen after a major parking app hack. The Pittsburgh Parking Authority is asking people who use their Park Mobile app to change their password.

The stolen info includes license plates, email addresses, phone numbers, vehicle nicknames and even home addresses. No credit card information was accessed, officials said.

Park Mobile said hackers were able to steal passwords even though the data was encrypted.