Seo, the social network for your mobile device, has been hit by a security breach that appears to have been exploited by a third-party, NBC News has learned.
The issue affects users of the mobile app for the service, which has been installed on over 20 million iPhones, Android devices and Windows phones worldwide.
The vulnerability was first reported by TechCrunch last week, but was later confirmed by the company.
The vulnerability is the first to affect users of a social network that’s built upon a popular iOS app called Seo.
The app was developed by the University of Toronto’s Interactive Telecommunications Research Center (ITRC), which is the lead organization behind the widely used and popular mobile messaging app Seo in Canada and the U.S.
According to the security researchers, they have discovered that the third-parties exploit was developed in March and is now being used by the attackers.
The team says that the attack has been ongoing for at least six weeks, with several users of Seo having been affected, including two from the University.
According the report, the attackers exploited the same vulnerability by running an exploit on an existing seo-enabled device, which was then sent to a seo server.
Once the exploit was run on the vulnerable device, the seo servers were hijacked, forcing users to open multiple accounts and open multiple seo apps, according to the researchers.
“This is not the first time a third party has exploited this vulnerability,” the report says.
“We do not yet know how this has happened, but it has the potential to compromise user accounts on millions of devices, including those owned by the university.”
The researchers are asking users to uninstall Seo and update to the latest version of the app.