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An iOS app is hacked and starts sending the most inappropriate notifications

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"You love Me ******? "

"Me * is already *** "


And this is also how the users who received this type of notifications will stay on their phone. Speechless.

Can you imagine receiving a notification like this, maybe … from an application like YouTube, Spotify or Netflix? What madness!

These were the apologies of the app's developer team:


“You should have received an explicit message. It definitely didn't come from the UVLens team. We are investigating this matter very seriously. We will keep you informed. ”

Later, from UVLens they assured MacRumors that it was a third-party notification service they used and that it was compromised, allowing a spammer to send inappropriate notifications through the network. Similarly, they have reported that they have taken a series of steps to prevent this from happening again in the future.

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