Spotify, YouTube and Spotify are all hacked.
Hackers are also selling the stolen data for profit.
Now, one startup is trying to fix it.
“We want to make it really easy for everyone to go to the right place and get their data back,” CEO Alex Krakauer said.
Spotify’s CEO Alex Kotler said he is planning to open up the data to the public.
“This is going to be an open source repository,” Kotler told CBS News.
“We’re hoping that people will come to this repository and use the code to find vulnerabilities in their systems.”
Spotify has a list of 100,000 vulnerabilities.
Kotler is offering a 10 percent discount on the data in order to encourage people to fix their devices and upload their data to help keep Spotify safe.
He said he hopes to create a list that everyone can use.
“People can’t just go out and download the code, but you can get your data back in a matter of minutes,” Kotling said.
He said the company is working on a service that will give users a tool to fix the vulnerabilities.
Krakauer has also set up a blog where he shares the code and the vulnerability list.
“There’s lots of things that we’re going to share with you, but we’re also going to get more public information about this and we’re gonna make it a lot easier to do,” he said.
Kotler said that if you are hacked, you can just search the Spotify GitHub repository.
But if you have a problem, you should contact the company.
“Just get the code,” he added.
Kikler said Spotify will continue to work with security experts to fix any vulnerabilities.
“If somebody comes in and takes our code, they’re going be taking our money,” he explained.
“But it’s a great way to help everybody.”