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Published by artvandelay on 2024-01-23 05:33

1.1 million files of source code and user data for the Android spyware software SpyHide dating from 2016 through mid-July 2023.

Although SpyHide's software was made in Iran and the servers were hosted in Germany, TechCrunch's analysis identified at least 750,000 users and about 60,000 compromised devices in a surveillance network that spans every continent. According to their analysis, the data includes 3.29 million text messages, more than 1.2 million call logs, more than 300,000 call recording files, 925,000 contact lists and records for 380,000 photos and images.


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Due to widespread presence of PII such as identification documents, the data is only being made available to journalists and researchers.