Former ‘Neighbors’ Star Caitlin Stasey posted some very revealing photos over what she is calling a “fight against cyber hackers.”
Stasey decided to take a proactive stance to fight cyber criminals from leaking her racy pictures, by releasing them herself.
The former “Neighbours” and present “Please Like Me” and “Reign” star decided to beat the cyber criminals by going full frontal in a couple of her recent online photos. The former “Neighbors” star is seen fully exposed after she admitted to being terrified of hackers getting their hands on her private photos. Continue reading
A pair of half-witted Houston Texas thieves took 17 photos on an iPad they stole, that were then automatically uploaded to the victim’s iCloud account.
Randy Schaefer‘s truck was broken into while in a local Burger King parking lot, stolen was a laptop, iPad and about $5k in cash.
Schaefer said he felt like a victim, that is until the robbers became victims of their own stupidity. Continue reading
File this one under: Very dumb criminals.. Stockton, Ca., authorities are seeking a man who is taking selfies of himself with a stolen iPhone – which are then automatically uploaded to the rightful owner’s iCloud account..
Stockton Police released the photo of the suspect, showing him holding up the phone to take a picture of himself with the phone’s front-facing camera. In the end, the suspect’s vanity may be his undoing.
Winona Ryder is the latest victim in a new round of releases in the massive celebrity photo leak.
Ryder was depicted in several intimate poses along with the first in a series of men also falling victim.
Nick Hogan (Hulk Hogan’s son) is the first of the men to have his privacy violated. Continue reading
Gabrielle Union pulled the race card after she, along with dozens of white female celebrities, got caught up in the massive celebrity photo leak.
Union AND Dwyane Wade released a joint statement saying,
“it has come to our attention that our private moments, that were shared and deleted solely between my husband and myself, have been leaked by some vultures.” adding, “I can’t help but to be reminded that since the dawn of time women and children, specifically women of color, have been victimized, and the power over their own bodies taken from them. These atrocities against women and children continue worldwide.” source
Photos of supermodel Emily Ratajkowski and Jenny McCarthy also leaked online today, as well as photos what appears to be Kate Bosworth, Lake Bell, Vanessa Hudgens and Kim Kardashian.
Grammy award winner Jill Scott is officially a victim of a massive celebrity phone leak.
Scott is in good company, pictures were also released of Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and many, many more.
Two photos, allegedly of Scott, began making the rounds on Twitter Wednesday night, and the Grammy winner is wasting no time setting the record straight on the authenticity of the images. Continue reading
Apple just released the following statement regarding their involvement in the massive celebrity photo leak:
Mila Kunis is the latest celebrity to get caught up in a massive celebrity photo leak.
In the leaked personal photo, Mila is located on a balcony smoking a cigarette.
Developing. Continue reading
One of the most compelling factors involved in the massive celebrity photo leak, is the treasure trove source of said photos, iCloud.
Folks far and wide are now asking themselves, if Hollywood elite are not safe using the storage service, are the rest of us?
Hacking into cell phones or online email accounts to access personal photographs from celebrities is nothing new, but what makes this incident potentially more disturbing are the rumors that this cache of images is associated with a broader attack on iCloud and its PhotoStream feature. Continue reading
Stupid is as stupid does and let me tell you something, this is one dumb son of a bitch! She steals a dude’s iPad then signs in HIS iCloud account and UPLOADS PICTURES OF HER FACE! To the photostream! Really? What a goddamn dummy! HAHA!
Losing your iPad is bad enough — but really? How dumb do you have to be to steal an iPad and then upload your own bizarre pictures to said iPad iCloud photostream?! Are you kidding me?
“It’s been a continuing fountain of entertainment for me,” siad the victim, Allen Engstram, “It’s just like I’ll wake up one day and they’ll be new pictures there and I’m like oh my gosh, she has no idea.”
Engstram says he lost the iPad on a flight from Phoenix to Denver, then one day his wife asks him about the strange woman appearing in the family’s iCloud photostream!
“He said mommy, who’s this? And of course she said, I have no idea who that is. It showed up on my phone too,” Engstram said. “After a while we figured out what was going on. That’s the person that has my iPad.”
Engstram posted the photos on his Facebook account with the following caption,
“Hey cool! This is an actual pic of the wonderful person who stole my iPad. Apparently the pics she is taking of herself are backing up and appearing on my phone. No I’m not kidding, this is really happening.”
“I have no problem with putting it on Facebook, because hey, it’s fun for me and it’s apparently fun for a lot of other people,” he told a local TV station. “And there’s always the chance that someone will say hey, I know who that is. And I want my iPad back.”