TeenSafe phone monitoring app leaked thousands of passwords

Data server leaked Apple IDs and passwords in plain text — and required two-factor authentication be disabled.

ZDNet reports that TeenSafe, an app that helps parents monitor their teenager's phone usage and boasts over a million users, had an online database server that leaked over 10,000 customer records in plain text. These records contain the parent's email address and unique device ID, but also hold the child's device name and ID as well as their Apple ID and its password. To top...

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