Aug 242018
 

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai reports:

A company that markets cell phone spyware to parents and employers left the data of thousands of its customers—and the information of the people they were monitoring—unprotected online.

The data exposed included selfies, text messages, audio recordings, contacts, location, hashed passwords and logins, Facebook messages, among others, according to a security researcher who asked to remain anonymous for fear of legal repercussions.

Read more on Motherboard and good for them for protecting their source, who asked for anonymity for fear of legal repercussions.

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