GO SMS Pro — one of the most popular Android messaging apps — just exposed millions of private photos and files

James Gelinas reports:

Data leaks are bad enough, but it officially becomes a security nightmare when one affects hundreds of millions of users.

Earlier this year, an unsecured server belonging to Microsoft exposed the data of more than 250 million users. This included email addresses that hackers and scammers could use for criminal activities. Tap or click here to see how this leak unfolded.

A new data leak affects more than 100 million people who installed one of the most popular messaging apps around. Anyone who exchanged files on the app may have accidentally exposed their private data without knowing it.

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