Details of 400,000 users leaked as mSpy is hacked

The mobile spying software service, mSpy has been allegedly hacked and personal data of about 400,000 customers released in the Deep Web.

mSpy, a software as a service product claims to help about 2 million people by helping them track the mobile activities of their partners or kids. The hacking of their servers came to light after KrebsOnSecurity received an anonymous tip with a link to a Tor-based site. Login to read more

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