GovPayNow.com, a payment system used by thousands of federal and state government agencies in the U.S. and recently acquired by Securus Technologies, has leaked 14 million customer records.

Information exposed includes the last four digits of payment cards, names, phone numbers and addresses, according to Brian Krebs, who discovered the leak.

Anyone could view the information by changing the digits in the URL of an online receipt that the service gives users when they pay parking citations, fines or make other financial transactions.

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