Sep 052018
 

Brian Krebs reports:

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 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.

Less than a week ago, security researcher Nitish Shah directed KrebsOnSecurity to an open database on the Web that allowed anyone to query up-to-the-minute mSpy records for both customer transactions at mSpy’s site and for mobile phone data collected by mSpy’s software. The database required no authentication.

Read more on KrebsOnSecurity.com.

  One Response to “For 2nd Time in 3 Years, Mobile Spyware Maker mSpy Leaks Millions of Sensitive Records”

  1. As a user I prefer to stay positive. Found their official statement. Makes sense to have a look https://blog.mspy.com/dont-panic-your-data-is-safe-blog-mspy/

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