The Pop Singer Taylor Swift is the latest celebrity to be linked to the iCloud Hacking but its not clear. Recently a picture apparently showing the 24-year-old topless appeared on the website 4Chan on Monday however it was deleted quickly.
The pop star Taylor Swift was initially named as one of the celeb on the list when it was first released however no pictures had surfaced, until this one. Her fans were quick to suggest that it was in fact a picture which had been doctored and she hasn’t actually been caught up in this.
Cara Delevingne became the latest victim to have latest victim, along with actress Anna Kendrick, although the Twilight star is wearing racy outfits in her snaps and is not featured nude, on Sunday.
More photographs of actress Amber Heard are also said to have been leaked showing her nude pic in a bathtub in a number of images on anonymous sites 4chan and Reddit.
According to The Daily Beast, further victims of the third sweep of the issue on Friday, are former volleyball player Misty May Treanor, model Carly Foulkes, Briana Evigan & actresses Mena Suvari.
Apart from actress Anna, stars who are believed to have had their Apple iCloud accounts hacked, feature on the main list of 101 female celebrities as more leaks seemingly pop up every week.
Stars are reporting to the FBI who are said to be investigating the case and Apple also released a statement denying claims of an iCloud security breach.
After more than 40 hours of investigation, we have discovered that certain celebrity accounts were compromised by a very targeted attack on user names, passwords and security questions, a practice that has become all too common on the internet.
None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find my iPhone. We are continuing to work with law enforcement to help identify the criminals involved.
Online users went on to slam bosses at Apple claiming the problem with the Apple iCloud’s security is that it lets you try an unlimited number of attempts to security question while most websites locked the feature after a number of failed attempts.