Hackers use primary school learning app Seesaw to send explicit image


US parents have reported receiving an explicit and deliberately shocking image after hackers attacked the primary school learning app Seesaw. Seesaw has 10 million users, who include teachers, students, and family members. The company said the hackers had not gained administrative access, but had accessed individual accounts via compromised email addresses and passwords that had been reused across services.


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Publication: BBC