Khloe Kardashian: Lamar Odom Standing In Way Of James Harden Proposing To Her

19 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Irony alert: Kardashian websites were easy to access and open to the public.

Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom signed their divorce papers this summer, two years after their initial split, but KoKo can’t seem to get her estranged husband out of her life.Though their trip to Armenia last April was mostly punctuated by political meetings and tributes to their cultural roots, a new clip from the season premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians show that – as always – there was drama bubbling beneath the Instagram-worthy surface.ANTI-PRIVACY COLLECTIVE the Kardashian family has exposed some of its fans, as opposed to its own posteriors, to the internet thanks to bad APIs and what we assume is a large collection of vacuous websites and applications. In the exclusive clip, Kim Kardashian West judges her sister Khloé’s desire to check in with now ex-husband Lamar Odom, whose erratic behavior led Khloé to file for divorce in December 2013.

I was so close to giving up and that’s what it happened,” Kim explains, and then we see her tell her younger sibling the exciting news just two days after she found out. They might bask in the spotlight of the great unwashed and uninspired, but perhaps their fans would prefer a bit of privacy and not to have everything about them shared and scrutinised. We read that a 19-year-old app developer found a chink in the Kardashian kingdom while working on an app called Commonly that lets people with common interests follow and gossip about things and people they like. Searching for Kardashians on Google is beyond a joke, so we have attempted to contact him through the medium of Twitter, on which he has a locked account. He said that he was just tinkering when he found something that he was not supposed to see. “I’ll admit I downloaded Kylie’s app just to check it out.

I also checked out the website and, just like most developers, I decided to take a look around to see what was powering the site,” he reportedly wrote. “After I started digging a little bit deeper, I found a JavaScript file named kylie.min.75c4ceae105ad8689f88270895e77cb0_gz.js. Smith was able to continue digging until eventually, after logging in with his own username and password, he was able to access a file that contained just about everyone else’s. This vulnerability could leave Kardashian fans up to abuse thanks to the selling on of such information or the testing of the passwords against other more serious and far less tits, tushes and teeth-focused sites with more pertinent information onboard. TechCrunch has spoken to the head of the company responsible for the Hydra collection of Kardashian cyber content, and has learned that Smith has pulled down his blog following discussions and is working in cooperation to cover all asses. A statement from that firm, an outfit called Whalerock, explained that the open API has been closed off and that this prevents anyone accessing it or looking at it. “Shortly after launch we were alerted that there was an open API.

Our highest priority is the security of our customers’ data.” Presumably someone is now explaining the concept of keeping something private to the K-clan right now.

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