Even the spies are being spied upon. mSpy, the makers of a software-as-a-service product that claims to help more than a million paying customers spy on the mobile devices of their kids and partners, has reportedly leaked millions of sensitive records online, including passwords, call logs, text messages, contacts, notes and location data secretly collected from phones running the stealthy spyware.
You’d think they would learn to be more secure. However, this is the SECOND TIME in 3 Years that Mobile Spyware Maker mSpy has leaked millions of sensitive records. There is a good chance that your personal information has been compromised.
Details may be found in the Krebs on Security web site http://bit.ly/2MPFbZl. (Brian Krebs is internationally recognized as one of today’s greatest gurus concerning computer security.)
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security
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