Hacker breached the servers of Cerberus, an anti-theft Android app, and stole the user names and passwords of 96,564 were stolen.
Recently, the Cerberus started informing its customer that they had detected a suspicious activity on three of companies servers.
The hacker had stolen the user name and hashed passwords of 96,564 users. Following the attack, the company said, the had reset the compromised servers and asked the users to reset their passwords on the official website.
The company issued the following notification email to all its users explaining the attack: ” “We have already contacted a security firm and in the next weeks we will do a thorough code audit and security assessment of our infrastructure and procedures,” the company stated in the notification e-mail .
“We are a small team (3 people) and are trying our best to provide a secure service that you can trust to protect your devices and help you recover them if they are lost or stolen.” However, the company has vowed no of the stolen data has yet been published online.
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