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The trove of private snaps were first posted online at a fake website called viralpop. They went on to share the files on 4Chan, according to The Daily Beast. The massive pilfering of private snaps, which comes on the heels of the celebrity photo hack, has shifted attention to third party apps that allow Snapchat recipients to surreptitiously save the otherwise ephemeral photos. While Snapchat has not confirmed the exact source of the breach, the spokesperson said no photos have been leaked from its servers. The breach comes five months after Snapchat settled with the Federal Trade Commission over claims it deceived users about the disappearing messages.
Contact information for the site's administrators was not immediately available. Days after the breach first came to light, a search of Google Play and Apple's app store reveals a of third party applications that promise to save Snapchat images and videos to the recipient's camera roll without the sender ever knowing. Many of the services are easy to use and work the same way. Users simply log on to the service using their Snapchat credentials and then are free to save videos and photos they receive via Snapchat.
While the use of these sites may violate Snapchat's terms of service, Robert Siciliano, a McAfee online security expert, said Snapchat users should not have a reasonable expectation that their snaps will remain private. Snapchat says it is focused on user privacy, however a disclaimer posted on their website adds that "we cannot and do not represent or warrant that the services will always be secure or error-free or that the services will always function without delays, disruptions or imperfections.
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Snapchat blames third-party apps for any leaked photos