Saturday, September 27, 2014

Hackers posted a third portion of intimate photos of celebrities from iCloud

On Saturday night hackers posted on the Web the next portion of the photos of Hollywood stars and sports celebrities in the nude learned from cloud service iCloud.The FBI continues to investigate the incident.

According to The Daily Beast, hackers posted a net previously unpublished photos of the model Cara Delevin, actress Anna Kendrick, Jennifer Lawrence, Alexandra Chando, Kelly Garner, Lauren O'Neill, Brian Nevigan, TV host Brooke Burns, Olympic champion Misty May-Trimor.
According to the portal, intimate photos were uploaded to the site Reddit . The site, which promised to publish private pictures of actress Emma Watson proved false, and publication is not followed.
Previously reported the appearance of not less than 423 intimate photos dozen actresses, singers and models. The FBI believe that this is a small part of the "collection", collected by one person or group of people.
Among the victims were: one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood, Jennifer Lawrence (this time in the open access got its second batch of images); fashion model Kate Upton - a member of the Top 5 highest paid models in the world; Actress and singer Selena Gomez;actress and singer Ariana Grande, Vanessa Hudgens, Lea Michele Sarfati, Hillary Duff;Actress Kirsten Dunst; actress and model Victoria Justice; Actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Aubrey Plaza, Cat Deeley; footballer Hope Solo and other celebrities. Called the names of the TV star Kim Kardashian and singer Rihanna.
Most of the photos and videos in common through a network of collection are frankly erotic or even pornographic. Basically it is the pictures in the style of "self." Apparently, they were not made to the publication.
Recall that in early September, the web has appeared photographs of famous actresses and singers in the nude, allegedly stolen by hackers from iCloud. Nadel ago in Network hit the second portion of the intimate photos . Apple has claimed that the attackers gained access to the intimate "selfie" celebrities as a result of the attack target, and not because of the vulnerability of the service.