Kelly is the latest celebrity whose nude images have surfaced online. Private iCloud accounts of celebrities were hacked and nude photos of them were published online in August. Other exhibits include the leaked naked images of Scarlett Johansson throughout the streets in Los Angeles with the 'Fear Google' logo covering her intimate areas. The Hunger Games star hit headlines on August 31 when nude pictures of her were leaked on the Internet along with other celebrities. Nude photos purportedly showing many top stars, including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence and pop star Rihanna, bounced around social media. Icloud leak.
Hackers stole her private photographs before posting them on porn sites
High Court justice Philippa Whipple also said Pippa's fiance would be protected against the publication of the 3, pictures offer for sale to I, which are said to include naked photos of James Matthews. Pippa's barrister Adam Wolanski said there had been a genuine attack on the royal relation. He explained it had been a "flagrant" and "criminal" act, causing Middleton extreme upset. Police are still investigating who may have broken into her account and for what reasons. Wolanski said the legal team has so far failed to identify any defendants responsible for the attack.
The man who hacked into hundreds of iCloud accounts of Hollywood stars and others before leaking their nude photos across the internet has been sentenced. Connecticut man George Garafano became infamous when he stole private photos from people including Jennifer Lawrence and made them available across the internet. He was sentenced to eight months in prison this week, in federal court in Bridgeport. After prison, he must serve three years of supervised release and perform 60 hours of community service. The hack became infamous because of the celebrities it hit: Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Upton and a range of other famous people had their photos stolen and leaked across the web. But it hit normal internet users, too, and Garofano was accused of stealing photos and private information from people. He admitted he had posed as a member of Apple's security staff and sent messages claiming that he needed to get hold of their usernames and passwords. When people replied to those authentic-looking messages with their login information, he broke into their iCloud accounts and stole their photos and other private information. Jennifer Lawrence has referred to the attack as being equivalent to a sex crime and has called for harsher sentenced for those convicted of such behaviour. The hack also helped lead the push for other kinds of security tools, such as two-factor authentication, which are intended to ensure that only the person who really owns the account can log into it.
What does the hack mean for your own cloud security? Here are all of your nude selfie-related questions answered. A number of celebrities were targeted this week in an attack that exposed nude photos -- some said to be real, others fake -- stored in Apple iCloud accounts. Here's what we know and what it means about your own cloud security. Celebrities whose iCloud photos were leaked fell victim as a result of targeted attacks, according to the latest reports and information released by Apple.