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Jennifer Lawrence, other celebrities have nude photos leaked on Internet after massive hacking campaign Dozens of photos of the 'Hunger Games' star in various stages of undress first appeared on the online message board 4chan, along with those of other possible A-list victims such as Rihanna, Ariana Grande and Kate Upton.

 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
 
Published: Sunday, August 31, 2014, 8:08 PM
Updated: Sunday, August 31, 2014, 8:18 PM
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524559754.jpgANDREW COWIE/AFP/GETTY IMAGESAround 60 photos of Jennifer Lawrence in the nude were leaked after a massive celebrity hacking campaign.

Up to 60 photos appearing to be of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence in the nude have been leaked on the Internet, the result of a massive celebrity hacking campaign.

The snapshots first appeared on the online message board 4chan and appear to show the ?Hunger Games? star in various stages of undress.

Dozens of compromising photos of other A-list celebrities, including singers Rihanna and Ariana Grande, supermodel Kate Upton and actresses Kirsten Dunst and Leah Michele were also posted on the Internet.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/jennifer-lawrence-celebrities-nude-photos-leaked-internet-article-1.1923369

 

 

 

Here is a master list of celebrities that the leaker has images and videos of

 

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NEVER85

Ariana Grande? Who cares? That's like looking at a naked 12 year old.

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+Anarkii

Only a few from that list id like to see, otherwise meh.

A member from here has already shared with me the better pictures anyway lol 

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+Red King

Am I the only one who doesn't care about celebrity news and celebrity titties?

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Xerino

Don't see Scarlett Johannsen on that list... moving along..

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spenser.d

Don't see Scarlett Johannsen on that list... moving along..

So that scarjo in the middle of the last picture means nothing to you... ;)

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Jase

seen them... Meh :/

 

also did op post this with a potato? that news article is all over the place.

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exotoxic

Wouldn't be suprised if some are found dead in a few days. :/

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Richteralan

I guess celeb look-alikes aren't enough on Youpr0n.

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vcfan

anyone want to take a guess which service got breached?

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George P

anyone want to take a guess which service got breached?

 

I think it's pretty clear that it was iCloud.

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vcfan

I think it's pretty clear that it was iCloud.

YOU ARE THE WINNER!!!

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GarakObama

Maybe now people will be more careful with what they put on cloud services.

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Torolol

i hope this will tarnish cloud reputation even more :laugh:.

And I seriously hope to see various lawsuit due this breach :rofl:.

 

I just loves seeing big corps getting sued.

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XerXis

Apple and security :rolleyes: , it never really mattered to them

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]SK[

Apple and security :rolleyes: , it never really mattered to them

 

I've not read how it was 'hacked'. Sadly these days being 'hacked' can purely mean someone got the account password rather than got around security with exploits.

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XerXis

I've not read how it was 'hacked'. Sadly these days being 'hacked' can purely mean someone got the account password rather than got around security with exploits.

If it was one account with a bad password that would be a possibility. Even a trojan could have been used in that case. But all those accounts at once?

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]SK[

From what I read this was done over a period of time not over night.  Makes sense as some girls have different coloured hair in the pictures.  If you want to see them go to /r/celebs on reddit.

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timster

iCloud, easily the biggest collection of nudes.

 

I have seen them some of them and FWIW, Jennifer Lawrence does not need to be airbrushed at all!

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DocM

No, she doesn't. Drop dead gorgeous, clothed or not.

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guru

turns out 2 of her nasty photos are fakes. i doubt its icloud only hack as some of them had android  phones.. theory doing the rounds currently is cached passwords off a wifi connection at some emmy party

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+E.Worm Jimmy

i thought this picture is appropriate :rofl:

 

 

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Anibal P

turns out 2 of her nasty photos are fakes. i doubt its icloud only hack as some of them had android  phones.. theory doing the rounds currently is cached passwords off a wifi connection at some emmy party

 

 

Saw a couple of the pictures, it was pretty obvious some were faked, some were not that good at all

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Orange

seen them... Meh :/

 

also did op post this with a potato? that news article is all over the place.

Yeah had to look, being male and all but end of the day like most said, why on earth would you even think of putting up nude photos to a online storage place, plus why is it all or most female celebs do nude pictures of them self.. are they bored or something :p

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Boo Berry

That's what (eventually) happens when you take nude pictures of yourself. Better off using an old Polaroid film camera in this day and age.

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