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Spyware Made for Parents Exposed 281 Gigabytes of Children’s Photos

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A company that sells spyware to parents left the pictures of hundreds of monitored children online, only protected by a password that almost anyone could find, according to a hacker.

The hacker said he was able to find the key to the cloud servers of Family Orbit, a company that that markets itself as “the best parental control app to protect your kids.”

The company left exposed 3,836 containers on Rackspace with 281 gigabytes of pictures and videos.

Curated from Motherboard

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