• Teen Monitoring App Accidentally Leaks Account Info Of Its Users

    29 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    If you've never heard of the app called TeenSafe, there's a good chance that's because you're either not a teen or you're not a parent. For those unfamiliar, TeenSafe is an app designed to monitor the smartphones of teens by their parents, keeping track of how teens use their phones so that parents have a better idea of what their kids are up to. The app also bills itself as being a “secure” monitoring app, although that seems rather ironic now because according to a report from ZDNet , the app has accidentally leaked thousands of its users' account information, which includes Apple ID...
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  • Thousands of Apple ID Passwords Leaked by Teen Phone Monitoring App Server

    Thousands of Apple ID Passwords Leaked by Teen Phone Monitoring App Server

    30 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    ZDNet reports that a server used by an app for parents to monitor their teenagers' phone activity has leaked tens of thousands of login credentials, including the Apple IDs of children.
    The leaked data belonged to customers of TeenSafe , a "secure" monitoring app for iOS and Android that allows parents to view their child's text messages and location, call history, web browsing history, and installed apps.
    The customer database was reportedly stored on two servers hosted by Amazon Web Services, where it remained unprotected and accessible without a password. The discovery was made by a...
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