Whenever I warn you about hidden spy apps on your smartphone or tablet, one of the first apps I mention is mSpy. It's one of the most popular around thanks to its easy installation, the wide range of things it monitors and it's slick Web-based interface for seeing the information of the person you're spying on.
Unfortunately, there are two things no one seems to have considered. The first is that mSpy stores the information its steals from people's phones and tablets. That includes passwords, browsing history, location, texts, photos, call logs and everything else you can think of.
That's scary enough. However, the second thing no one considered is what happens if mSpy has a data breach. Hackers won't just get the information of people who bought mSpy, they could learn everything about the people being spied on as well.
Now that seems to have happened. KrebsOnSecurity got a tip that a ton of data from mSpy is now available on the Deep Web. Click here if you don't know what the Deep Web is.