Question about Tomtom ONE GPS Receiver
I lost my GPS today, but luckily I had it set with a passcode. If someone finds it can they break my code, I am concerned because my home address in it.
The fact that it has your home address in there doesnt really make a difference security wise unless the code breaker wishes to return it. You home is there for anybody to find with or without your home address from your gps. Unless it had some kind of personal info like ssn, credit card number or something like that(and it shouldnt) you shouldnt worry.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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