"Stalkerware" apps let abusers monitor their partner's phones and track their locations—without them knowing.
The kingpin's lawyers have long suspected the government used spy technology to bust their client. Now, they appear to have proof.
A hacker has stolen text messages and call metadata from SpyHuman, a firm selling malware to the everyday consumer. It’s the fifth such consumer spyware company to be targeted recently.
London police have refused to explain why an officer bought powerful spyware that was marketed for spying on a user's spouse.
In the first known case of a U.S. regional agency purchasing malware, a Florida Department of Law Enforcement officer bought FlexiSpy.
NSA zero-days and sophisticated state surveillance tools get all the headlines. But we’re overlooking the dangerous, life-threatening, rise of “stalkerware,” which enables domestic violence.
Activist Claudio Guarnieri has released a tool to detect and remove FlexiSpy from your PC.
An alleged email apparently shows one employee explicitly telling staff not to warn customers the company was hacked.
It’s not clear whether the malware was for personal or official use.
Even though FlexiSpy has announced a bug bounty program, the company still hasn't commented on the hack itself.
How a small company in Thailand came to dominate the shady market of consumer spyware.
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