Hackers send parents inappropriate image via school messaging app
- A school messaging application that has 10 million users across the country has been hacked.
- The Seesaw app is used by teachers, students and family members across the US.
- The app said there were “isolated” hacked accounts.
US parents have reported receiving an inappropriate photo after a school messaging application with 10 million users nationwide was hacked.
The Seesaw app is used by teachers, students and family members across the US. Many teachers and parents were shocked to receive an infamously candid photo from hacked accounts. The BBC.
App representatives said action was taken to address the issue and stop the circulation of the link to the image.
The image is a vaguely obvious meme. Some people took to Twitter to inform the messaging platform about the inappropriate image and requested action.
Sesso said the hackers did not gain access to the administrative parts of the app. They said there were “isolated” hacked accounts.
The parents shared their terrifying experience with local American media. A school head warned that parents who sent the messages did not actually send them.
Parents are advised to “Please do not open any ‘bitly’ links sent to you this morning in the Sisa message.