If you are a teen or parent of a teen, chances are you have seen or used Snapchat’s photo messaging app. Basically, users take pictures or videos, or send texts and send them to a list of people in their contacts. The sent message shows on their “Snaps” for about 10 seconds and then disappear. The theory is they are supposed to be hidden from the users phone and deleted from the Snapchat servers never to be seen or heard from again.
The hack was seemingly intended to urge Snapchat to tighten its security measures. The anonymous hackers said they used an exploit created by recent changes to the app, which lets users share photos or short videos that disappear after a few seconds.”
View the full article here: http://www.cnn.com/2014/01/01/tech/social-media/snapchat-hack/
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