The 10 American sailors who were detained by Iran in January gave too much sensitive information to their captors when they were seized from their ship. The U.S. Navy said in a report that the crew members, who were detained at gunpoint on Jan. 12 in the Persian Gulf, revealed sensitive information like laptop and phone passwords to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. “It is clear that some, if not all, crew members provided at least some information to interrogators beyond name, rank, service number, and date of birth,” the report said. Iranian officials learned about specific information involving Navy vessels, in addition to the passwords, the report said.
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