iPhone spy hacked

 184owiq3hokyhjpgmSpy, which makes its living selling software to help people spy on iPhone users, has been hacked.

All the details of iPhone user’s Coldplay collections, Klingon Dictionaries, pictures of cats, their mums and sci-fi actresses they would like to sleep with have ended up on a dark web site.

mSpy has not responded to multiple requests for comment left for the company over the past five days and the story has been leaked by KrebsOnSecurity 

The site is only reachable via the unternet system Tor.   The Tor-based site hosts several hundred gigabytes worth of data taken from mobile devices running mSpy’s products, including some four million events logged by the software.

The unknown hackers, who’ve claimed responsibility for this intrusion suggests that the data dump includes information on more than 400,000 users, including Apple IDs and passwords, tracking data, and payment details on some 145,000 successful transactions.

Also included in the data dump are thousands of support request emails from people around the world who paid between $8.33 to as much as $799 for a variety of subscriptions to mSpy’s surveillance software.

Mspy users can track Android and iPhone users, snoop on apps like Snapchat and Skype, and keep a record of every key the user types.

mSspy users can track the exact location of Android and iPhone users, snoop on apps like Snapchat and Skype, and keep a record of every word the user types.

mSpy advertises that its product works even on non-jailbroken iPhones, giving users the ability to log the device holder’s contacts, call logs, text messages, browser history, events and notes.

The company claims that its product is great for rubbish parents who believe that their own insecurities can be made up by being overly protective of their children.  The irony is now that all the paedophiles and bullies will now have access to all their precious snowflake’s details.