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Recognize anybody you know? (Anonymized) photos leaked from PhotoSquared’s unsecured S3 bucket IMAGE: vpnMentor No, likely not. No thanks to the leaky photo app they dribbled out of for that, though. After coming across thousands of photos seeping out of an unsecured S3 storage bucket belonging to a photo app called PhotoSquared, security researchers at...
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An app designed to record and share milestones in a child’s development has leaked thousands of images and videos of babies online. Bithouse Inc., the developer of the Peekaboo Moments app, failed to secure a 100 GB Elasticsearch database containing more than 70 million log files dating from March 2019. As a result, information including...
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Apple has confirmed that it’s automatically scanning images backed up to iCloud to ferret out child abuse images. As the Telegraph reports, Apple chief privacy officer Jane Horvath, speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, said that this is the way that it’s helping to fight child exploitation, as opposed to...
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Apple’s senior director of global privacy has confirmed that the company scans photos uploaded to the iCloud for evidence of illegal activities such as child sexual abuse. Jane Horvath made the admission while speaking at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020 conference in Las Vegas yesterday, according to The Telegraph. While speaking at the tech conference,...
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