LetMeSpy Phone Tracking App Hacked: Delete This Spyware App Immediately

A phone tracking app called LetMeSpy has been hacked, and personal data from thousands of users has been leaked online. The app, which is designed to allow parents and employers to track the location and activities of other people's phones, 
was reportedly hacked on June 28, 2023.

The hacker, who has not been identified, claims to have gained access to LetMeSpy's database, which contains information from at least 13,000 devices. The leaked data includes phone numbers, call logs, text messages, location data, and even screenshots of the devices' screens.

The hacker has posted the leaked data on a dark web forum, and it is now available for anyone to download. This means that anyone who has ever used LetMeSpy is at risk of having their personal data exposed.

If you have ever used LetMeSpy, you should immediately uninstall the app and change your passwords. You should also be aware of any suspicious activity on your phone, such as calls or text messages from unknown numbers.

Additional Information:

  • How to uninstall LetMeSpy:
    • On Android: Go to your phone's settings, tap on "Apps & notifications," and then search for "LetMeSpy." Tap on the app and then tap on "Uninstall."
    • On iOS: Go to your phone's settings, tap on "General," and then tap on "Profiles & Device Management." Tap on the profile for LetMeSpy and then tap on "Remove Profile."
  • How to change your passwords:
    • For your email accounts: Go to your email provider's website and follow the instructions to change your password.
    • For your social media accounts: Go to each social media platform's website and follow the instructions to change your password.
    • For your bank accounts: Contact your bank and ask them to help you change your password.

I hope this article helps you protect your privacy after the LetMeSpy phone tracking app was hacked.

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