The Snappening: Hackers Access At Least 100,000 Snapchat Photos

Posted: Oct 13 2014, 6:21am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 13 2014, 6:30am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Hackers Access At Least 100,000 Snapchat Photos
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A titan database of blocked Snapchat photographs and features has been discharged by programmers who have been gathering the documents for a considerable length of time. Stunned clients of the infamous talk discussion 4chan are alluding to the hack as "The Snappening," noting that this is far greater than the icloud hacks that as of late focused on famous people.

Underground photograph exchanging talk rooms have been filled as of late with clues that something enormous was advancing. Thursday night it at last arrived: An outsider Snapchat customer application has been gathering each and every photograph and feature document sent through it for quite a long time, giving programmers access to a 13gb library of Snapchats that clients thought had been deleted.users of 4chan have downloaded the records and are making a searchable database that will permit individuals to pursuit the stolen pictures by Snapchat username.

The database of Snapchat records posted online was facilitated on, a fake rivalry site that introduced malevolent programming on the machines of clients attempting to join in. That website has now been suspended and taken logged off, albeit a great many individuals have effectively downloaded the accumulation of Snapchats.

One news report recommends the hacked outsider Snapchat customer was Snapsave. The well known Android application permitted clients to keep Snapchat photographs and features, which naturally erase when seen through the authority Snapchat application. In an announcement to Engadget, Snapsave engineer Georgie Casey denied his application was to be faulted, saying "Our application had nothing to do with it and we've never logged username/passwords." He likewise denied that Snapsave stores photographs on the web. This implies that the hacked Snapchat customer was most likely a site, as opposed to an application.

According to the latest, the searchable photo database based on the stolen files is not imminent. Additionally the photosa are not interesting for the most part to 4Chan users. The Snappening might just be over.

source: businessinsider

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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