Monday, September 1, 2014

Hackers broke into the iCloud and posted on the web 100 intimate photos of Hollywood stars

Candid pictures of Hollywood stars, including actress Kirsten Dunst, Rihanna, star of "The Hunger Games" Jennifer Lawrence, and others, appeared in the public domain. It is assumed that the pictures of girls have been kidnapped as a result of hacking iCloud.

According to BuzzFeed, in addition to Lawrence and Rihanna photos also allegedly stolen from Mary Kate Olsen, Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, Kate Upton and others. Multiple images of stars appeared not in the usual form for the audience - without make-up, and sometimes half-naked. It is unclear whether all the photos - authentic. Just a list of celebrities affected more than 100 names.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, whose pictures also hit the net, confirmed their authenticity, noting that these photos were deleted long ago. "I can only imagine what terrible efforts have been made to this" - she added.
The representative of Jennifer Lawrence as actually confirmed the authenticity of the pictures, calling the hack "a flagrant violation of privacy." He threatened with criminal prosecution both by hackers and those who distribute thinks of candid photos of the actress.
Over the past few months, hackers around the world held a number of cyber attacks, resulting in compromised or stolen data of celebrities, politicians and companies. There and opinions about how the scandal may affect Apple, though not all participants used the drain "apple" of the device.