Hey dudes, here are some additional stolen nudes. The second wave of the exposed celebrities is on the way. More controversy and much more bitter feelings to face with. Again, all eyes are on Apple and its cloud service. This time Apple has decided not to go silent on this one and its iCloud.
Apple’s line of defense is quite a simple one. There is nothing wrong with the system itself. The victims were specifically targeted because of their enormous popularity. They should have known better how to protect themselves and their compromising pictures. There is something wrong with this Apple’s picture.
Without some second thoughts about it you can get the wrong impressions. If you are not a celebrity, then you can get away with a weak password. If you are a celebrity, do not make nude photos or use some other cloud service. Do you still envy the famous people, after this unparalleled nude scandal?
It is a sad thing, though, that certain parts of our naked bodies have done more for the promotion of the adequate IT security than all previous more serious and sinister cyber attacks. Let us not sound ungrateful, shall we? That is what the celebs do. They promote things. It is the IT security turn now.