No, likely not. No thanks to the leaky photo app they dribbled out of for that, though. After coming across thousands of photos seeping out of an unsecured S3 storage bucket belonging to a photo app called PhotoSquared, security researchers at vpnMentor blurred a few. They also blurred a sample from a host of other personally identifiable information PII they came across during their ongoing web mapping project, which has led to the discovery of a steady stream of databases that have lacked even the most basic of security measures. PhotoSquared, a US-based app available on iOS and Android, is small but popular: it has over , customer entries just in the database that the researchers stumbled upon. Meanwhile, PhotoSquared customers could also be targeted for online theft and fraud. Hackers and thieves could use their photos and home addresses to identify them on social media and find their email addresses, or any more Personally Identifiable Information PII to use fraudulently. The leaky PhotoSquared app is just the most recent story one in a long chain about misconfigured cloud storage buckets.
Celebrity Nude Photo Leaks
Jennifer Lawrence's Response To Nude Photo Scandal Was Not 'Sexist, False and Sad'
Hundreds of personal photos of female celebrities were posted online last night. You can obtain a copy of the Code, or contact the Council, at www. Please note that TheJournal.
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News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes. Newsletters Coupons. Follow Us. The bottom line of this entire scandal is not Lawrence's actions and the religious morals behind them, but the actions of the person or persons who invaded her privacy and allowed the world to see a very personal, private side of her. And she shouldn't take the heat for that. By Beth Leipholtz. Fox News Hosts, Steve Doocy, say celebrities shouldn't take naked pics.