A hacker sent explicit images to parents and teachers over a popular school messaging app, the company said Wednesday.
The explicit photo was sent through a “bit.ly” link. Bit.ly is a popular link-shortening service that hides the real web address, so in this case parents would not be able to see where the link was taking them. In some cases though, the explicit image was automatically displayed to unsuspecting parents.
The inappropriate image was reportedly a well-known meme photo of a man performing an explicit act.
Seesaw said Wednesday that “specific user accounts were compromised by an outside actor,” according to a statement that vice president of