Beef up your Password: It’s a good chance that a sizable amount of the accounts that were compromised used weak passwords, or re-used passwords on other services.Always use complex, unique passwords for each website you visit.It seems that these attackers are going after a variety of accounts, no matter the amount of followers.
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A stranger logged into a chat room app and performed a sex act in front of primary school children.
Police were called after the incident, which saw a number of pupils from a school in Leeds, West Yorkshire, approached by a man online, earlier this week.
One school has written to parents urging them to delete the app from their children’s phones.
The app is linked to the platform, which was at the centre of a similar incident last month.
If you thought the nude celeb photo i Cloud hack was bad, wait until you hear about "The Snappening." Picture and video Snapchats from up 200,000 users have been posted online.
The scary part is, this 4chan leak wasn't targeted at celebs — the postings include Snapchats from nonfamous users like you and me.A third-party Snapchat website — — a web client used to save snaps, had been storing every single photo and video file that went through its servers and has released a statement taking full responsibility.Hackers obtained 13GB worth of Snapchats from the database, which has since been taken down.I began my career in the computer hardware industry as an Apple Genius, which allowed me to gain a vast knowledge of consumer technology and issues.At Norton, I am able to integrate my passion for technology and my passion for helping educate consumers about the evolving Internet threat landscape.‘Officers are also liaising with Leeds City Council and working with schools to offer support to pupils and to reinforce messages to pupils and parents around online safety.’ Anyone with information or concerns about a specific incident should contact police on 101.