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mSpy finally admits they`ve been hacked

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May
2015
mSpy finally admits they`ve been hacked

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After having first denied that they suffered a breach and had their customer’s stolen and leaked on the Dark Web, mobile spyware maker has finally admitted that the incident happened, but they claim that only 80,000 customers (and not 400,000) have been affected.

Brian Krebs, who was pointed towards the leaked data last week by the hackers themselves, analyzed it and tracked down some of the affected mSpy customers, who confirmed that they used the company’s solution to monitor their employees, children and “friends.”

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