Kylie Jenner To Be A Cartoon Show Star

18 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

How software engineer exposed privacy flaw in Kardashian clan’s new sites that leaves more than 800,000 users’ private data open to hackers (…and you’ll never guess whose site is most popular).

A web developer has exposed thousands of exposed a privacy flaw in the Kardashians’ new collection of apps and websites that leaves more than 890,000 fans’ personal data open to hackers.Both the Kardashians and Jenners also released their own personal websites to go along with their new apps, but a security flaw has reportedly exposed the personal information of all the first 891,240 users, according to TechCrunch.Reality TV star Kris Jenner has revealed she was “really upset” after learning her teenager daughter Kylie’s used temporary fillers to enlarge her lips. “I get a little crazy.

Alaxic Smith published a blog post – which has since been deleted – with screengrabs showing how he accidentally came across names and email addresses of subscribers. But just because she’s built an empire managing her attractive children’s images/brands, that doesn’t mean she’s not also a concerned and protective motherly figure, too. And I think…what no one sees is that I do have definite thoughts and ideas of what she should do, you know, at a really young age,” Kris said. “I am from the generation that in my day, I mean, some of this stuff did not exist for sure but, I don’t think I did one thing physically to myself until I was in my 50s,” she said. Beyond the security concerns, his foray into the Kardashian cyberworld, powered by Whalerock Digital Media, also revealed Kylie Jenner’s site is by far the most popular. Software engineer Alaxic Smith found a very easy means of penetrating the new Kardashian web mothership (easy for an engineer, at least), and found a trove of information that spammers eager for primo demographic targets would eat up: the names and emails of over 660,000 subscribers.

A developer named Alaxic Smith discovered the security bug by poking around on the Kardashian and Jenner websites (associated with the apps), according to Fortune. Alaxic Smith, a 19-year-old developer, started poking around at their code shortly after the apps and Web sites went live and found the bug, according to a now deleted post on Medium. (A cached version lives on.) The issue affected all of the sisters’ sites and further allowed him to create or destroy users’ accounts, photos videos, “and more,” Smith wrote. Kris insisted she was disappointed by Kylie’s decision as saying, “I wasn’t completely supportive, believe me.” Nevertheless, she did not hold her disappointment too long. Smith, a teenage designer and engineer, wrote that he had finished a day of work on Monday when he heard the news that the Kardashian-Jenner family had launched a set of websites and apps with a pay-for-subscription service.

Smith has a theory about Kylie’s success as he reflects on the data. ‘Millennials want to be closer to their favorite people, artists, athletes and more than ever. It’s clear why this is a major issue, and raises the question: should users trust not only their personal information but also payment information with these apps? But while the exposure appears to be limited in this particular case, the Kardashian sites may serve as a cautionary tale for consumers: There are now an almost countless number of sites and services collecting data about people every day — and ultimately users are trusting them to keep that data safe. Smith also discovered something that will surely shock the Instagram-Industrial Complex: Kim Kardashian is hugely eclipsed by her sister Kylie, who has distorted herself to not only resemble Big Kim, but overshadow her (online, at least): One thing is for sure, only the Kardashians can drop apps out of no where with no prior promotion and amass nearly 1 million users in less than 24 hours.

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