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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 https://www.itu.int/en/cop/case-studies/Documents/ICMEC_PhotoDNA.PDF
photodna  hashing  images  facebook  revenge-porn  messenger  nudes  photos 
12 days ago 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 “e-mail.protection318@icloud.com,” “noreply_helpdesk0118@outlook.com,” and “secure.helpdesk0019@gmail.com.” 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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