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post #37 of 88
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Originally Posted by imsys0042 View Post

It's a shame that this happened. Famous or not, you should have some level of privacy. People do this all the time, I hope that they capture the person, or people, who did this, It's a crime, These actresses are victims here. Very sad.

Stop speaking logically!
post #38 of 88
Kate Upton looking pretty average
post #39 of 88
Did you know the Scarlett Johansonn hacker got 10 freakin years?! Damn, that is a long time.
post #40 of 88
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Originally Posted by Grndslmhttr3 View Post

Kate Upton looking pretty average

Agreed. But she looks fun.
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Originally Posted by RJH999 View Post

However, the number one rule when taking nude photos: DON'T SHOW YOUR FACE.
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Very true lol...

post #42 of 88

Have read that the FBI is on the scene searching for the 'criminals'.  God a'mighty.  The world is crumbling as we speak the the FBI is worried about some milk bags and shaved *****.  HARD to believe. 

post #43 of 88

Oops.  Genitalia not *****.

post #44 of 88
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Originally Posted by joekelly View Post
 

Have read that the FBI is on the scene searching for the 'criminals'.  God a'mighty.  The world is crumbling as we speak the the FBI is worried about some milk bags and shaved *****.  HARD to believe.

Obviously you understand that it's deeper than that, at least I hope you do.  It means corporate e-mails, documents, etc could have also been compromised.  The "milk bags and shaved *****" as you so eloquently put it were probably released for shock value to demonstrate the hackers accomplishment.

post #45 of 88
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post
 

Obviously you understand that it's deeper than that, at least I hope you do.  It means corporate e-mails, documents, etc could have also been compromised.  The "milk bags and shaved *****" as you so eloquently put it were probably released for shock value to demonstrate the hackers accomplishment.

 

good point!  Then again would you be surprised if the government was behind this somehow?  I mean they do have the best supercomputers in the world, and all the resources to boot!

post #46 of 88
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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post

good point!  Then again would you be surprised if the government was behind this somehow?  I mean they do have the best supercomputers in the world, and all the resources to boot!
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post #47 of 88
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Originally Posted by billchao View Post

You're joking, right? a1_smile.gif

The hacker could have used a back door also used by the NSA/GCHQ. But I doubt it's some gov't program - although one could have fun thinking up of project codenames - if it was someone who works for the gov't, person acted alone.
post #48 of 88
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You're joking, right? a1_smile.gif

 

Well, you know that the government hires the best computer hackers in the world don't you?  They mostly do it to try and get the upper edge on other hackers who are working against them.. I mean, that is the best policy isn't it, get the best to test out your defenses so that you can always be a step ahead.  

 

You also know that they have the worlds supercomputers under their fingertips, and they are just like any other government always working towards getting the secret files of other countries.. This is a widely reported issue so I don't need to go into the spying the US does against its own allies, never mind all the other governments in the world!

 

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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

The hacker could have used a back door also used by the NSA/GCHQ. But I doubt it's some gov't program - although one could have fun thinking up of project codenames - if it was someone who works for the gov't, person acted alone.

 

I was saying it more in jest anyway, but the number one suspect is always the one with the best tools and resources.. now, if it wasn't someone from the government you can bet that they will find this clown and then make him part of their team asap!  and if he refuses, well, no one will see him for a long time :)

post #49 of 88
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"My iCloud keeps telling me to back it up, and I'm like, I don't know how to back you up. Do it yourself,” 

 

post #50 of 88
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post
 

"My iCloud keeps telling me to back it up, and I'm like, I don't know how to back you up. Do it yourself,” 

 

It did.

post #51 of 88
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

It did.

Yes it did. I just find it amusing she used the words iCloud and backup in casual conversation.
post #52 of 88
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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post
 

 

Well, you know that the government hires the best computer hackers in the world don't you?  They mostly do it to try and get the upper edge on other hackers who are working against them.. I mean, that is the best policy isn't it, get the best to test out your defenses so that you can always be a step ahead.

 

You also know that they have the worlds supercomputers under their fingertips, and they are just like any other government always working towards getting the secret files of other countries.. This is a widely reported issue so I don't need to go into the spying the US does against its own allies, never mind all the other governments in the world!

 

 

I was saying it more in jest anyway, but the number one suspect is always the one with the best tools and resources.. now, if it wasn't someone from the government you can bet that they will find this clown and then make him part of their team asap!  and if he refuses, well, no one will see him for a long time :)

The government coerces the hackers they catch to work for them rather than go to jail.  The best hackers, don't get caught.

 

IMO, this wasn't government, the government wouldn't advertise the breach or publish nude images of famous people, especially since there's some question to the age of some of the people that have had images published.  Israel and Russia, have the best hackers in the world with China getting better, my guess it's one of them. 

 

Apple has always been a bit cavalier about computer security so I'm not surprised they were hacked, but the timing is interesting given the iPhone 6 is about to be released.

post #53 of 88
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Originally Posted by newtogolf View Post

The government coerces the hackers they catch to work for them rather than go to jail.  The best hackers, don't get caught.

IMO, this wasn't government, the government wouldn't advertise the breach or publish nude images of famous people, especially since there's some question to the age of some of the people that have had images published.  Israel and Russia, have the best hackers in the world with China getting better, my guess it's one of them. 

Apple has always been a bit cavalier about computer security so I'm not surprised they were hacked, but the timing is interesting given the iPhone 6 is about to be released.

As easy going as apple might be with security, you probably need to have some complex allogrithims to do what this/these guys did!

I'm sure it is a long shot we will ever find out who did it, but it has to be considered a pretty decent hack job!
post #54 of 88
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Originally Posted by Abu3baid View Post


As easy going as apple might be with security, you probably need to have some complex allogrithims to do what this/these guys did!

I'm sure it is a long shot we will ever find out who did it, but it has to be considered a pretty decent hack job!

They most likely hacked the server OS that iCloud sits on rather than iCloud itself.

 

Hackers are egomaniacs, they like people to know who hacked them, so it shouldn't be long before someone takes credit for it, or the hackers signature is revealed to the public.

 

The timing is too coincidental with Apples release of the new iPhone 6 and their new mobile payment system that was supposed to be unveiled with it.  I'd say whoever did it, doesn't like Apple.

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