ZDNet has announced leaks of ten thousands of user’s accounts between parents and children.
TeenSafe is a popular app that helps parents monitor their kids to prevent in cyber bullying. Parents allow viewing messages, logs of incoming and outgoing calls, location and search web history of their children.
Furthermore, TeenSafe requires two-factor authentication to be turned off so that the Apple ID will only visible from the server.
Parents can be updated with their child’s whereabouts using the TeenSafe app; they can initiate to access their child in any dangerous situation.
In addition, the information on the server can be joined by the parent’s email address with their child’s email and password.
“We have taken action to close one of our servers to the public and begun alerting customers that could potentially be impacted,” said a TeenSafe spokesperson told ZDNet on Sunday.
And TeenSafe added, they will continue to give updates for additional information.