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Celebrity Nude Photo Scandal

Just to begin with i’m not going to share, link or point to where these photos are so if you came here looking for that then leave now.

As you may or maynot know there has been an image leak online and more than 20 celebrities phones have been hacked. An unknown hacker has done what is called a brute force login and managed to get nude photos off over 20 celebrities iCloud accounts. Now some have released statements saying that these photos are fake while others are chasing legal action against the hacker. No my stance on this, as i think you can tell, is very clear and that is i don’t agree with what the hacker has done. Now granted if they didn’t want their nude photos out in public then maybe they shouldn’t have taken them. This isn’t the main issue though because you should be able to have your images, documents and videos on your phone or on your computer without your privacy being invaded.

Just to give you a little background with what it will cost the hacker. You might remember the Scarlet Johanson nude photo leak not that long ago (article here). Well that hacker got caught and got 10 years in jail for privacy invasion. That was for only for one set of photos but this new hacker has been distributing a large number of sets and if all file legal action he could be in a lot of trouble. Now i’m not sure what courts will do to him but 10 years for one set and this new guys has released over 20 sets. Collectively that could add up to 200 years but i guess we will see if they catch him and what punishment he will receive. In the end i don’t think anything can undo what he did as with the internet once it’s out it is very hard to get rid of. People make copies of copies and keep spreading it around.

What does this mean for you?

Well the majority of the public are safe, the hole in the iCloud security has been patched and you can no longer use the same technique. However your account might have already been hacked and allegedly it is not just the iCloud service. Other cloud services are reporting to have a similar bug that people may have taken advantage of. A brute force login attack basically means that they have tried every combination with every username an algorithm can think of and occasionally a correct set of login details come up. The hacker then logs this username and password and logs into the account. They can then find photos that they need/want and keep them. So my advice to you is go though your cloud account now and delete what you don’t want public or think might be a bad idea to keep eg. nude photos, images of credit cards or bank statements. Once you have done this change your password to something secure then contact your cloud service or view their blog to see if they have patched the bug. If they have then feel free to begin normal use of your cloud service.


About Joshua Curci

Joshua Curci
I'm a very open person and a very honest person. You can ask me any question and I will answer it honestly but don't ask a question you don't want to know the answer to. My full name is Joshua Richard Curci and I am currently 22 years old. I love video games and movies and I keep up to date with all the new movies and video games. I also play basketball and I follow the NBA, NFL and AFL. I also love swimming and surfing and try to do both as much as I can. I love making effects tests which you can see on my portfolio page I do most of the videos for fun and not for a client but I only have limited hardware so my ideas don't come out like I envision them. I'm always looking for more projects and ideas ether voluntary or payed work but as I have already stated I have very limited hardware. If you need any info or want to contact me for anything then you can follow me bellow or contact me on my contact page.

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