Spyware Company That Marketed To Domestic Abusers Gets Hacked

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai reports:

A company that sells spyware to consumers specifically and openly marketing its product to domestic abusers got hacked.

The hacker, who only goes by the initials L.M., told Motherboard in February that he gained access to the servers of TheTruthSpy, a company that sells an Android and iOS spy app to consumers,. The hacker was able to steal logins and passwords, pictures, audio recordings intercepted from victim’s phones, text messages, location information, and social media chats, among other data.

“I control victims all over the world,” the hacker told me a few months ago, when they first reached out claiming they had compromised the company. “I [have] admin access to the servers.”

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