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Benevolent Hackers Clear Stalking Spyware From 75,000 Phones | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

According to TechCrunch, unnamed hackers reportedly breached the spyware firm WebDetetive, deleting device information to protect surveillance victims and denying spyware users new data. Engadget reports: Users of the spyware won’t get any new data from their targets. “Because #fuckstalkerware,” the hackers wrote in a note obtained by TechCrunch. The WebDetetive breach compromised more than 76,000 devices belonging to customers of the stalkerware, and more than 1.5 gigabytes of data freed from app’s servers, according to the hackers.

While TechCrunch did not independently confirm the deletion of victim’s data from the WebDetetive server, a cache of data shared by the hackers provided a look at what they were able to accomplish. TechCrunch also worked with a nonprofit that logs exposed datasets, DDoSecrets, to verify and analyze the information. Hackers obtained information on customers like IP addresses and devices that they targeted.


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