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Someone claiming to be behind the reported leak of private information on millions of Snapchat users says the goal was to raise public awareness about online security holes in the popular photo-sharing app. A website called SnapchatDB. The last two digits of the phone s were blacked out. By Wednesday morning, the site was taken down, but not before several visitors said they managed to download the database.
It is understandable that tech startups have limited resources but security and privacy should not be a secondary goal. Security matters as much as user experience does.
TechCrunch said one of its readers found his ownas well as the of Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel, on the leaked list. Snapchat officials did not immediately respond to an request for comment from NBC News. The company was founded just two years ago by Spiegel and Bobby Murphy, two former Stanford University fraternity brothers. On Christmas Day, Gibson Security posted an online report that explained how the app could be hacked to expose user information. Two days later, Snapchat appeared to downplay the severity of the security concerns.
In a blog post, the company said:. We recently added additional counter-measures and continue to make improvements to combat spam and abuse. IE 11 is not supported.
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A third-party Snapchat client has leaked tens of thousands of user photos