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Facebook asks users for nude photos in project to combat revenge porn
The photos are hashed, server-side, using the PhotoDNA hashing algorithm. This would have been way way better if it ran locally, on user's phones, instead though. Interesting to note that PhotoDNA claims to have a "1 in 10 billion" false positive rate according to
photodna  hashing  images  facebook  revenge-porn  messenger  nudes  photos 
november 2017 by jm
The disturbingly simple way dozens of celebrities had their nude photos stolen
Basic phishing:

'Collins hacked over 100 people by sending emails that looked like they came from Apple and Google, such as “,” “,” and “” According to the government, Collins asked for his victims’ iCloud or Gmail usernames and passwords and “because of the victims’ belief that the email had come from their [Internet Service Providers], numerous victims responded by giving [them].”'
security  phishing  nudes  fappening  celebs  gmail  icloud  apple 
march 2016 by jm

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