By Victoria Woollaston for MailOnline. On the anniversary of the iCloud leak, in which nude photos of celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence leaked online, security experts reveal the case remains unsolved. On August 31 last year, hundreds of explicit images of some of Hollywood's most famous stars were posted to several forums anonymously after hackers broke into Apple iCloud accounts. The investigation has since led the FBI to search several addresses and seize electronic equipment but the case remains open and no charges have yet been brought. Scroll down for video. The investigation has since led the FBI to search addresses and seize equipment but the case remains open. Apple strenuously denied its servers had been breached as part of the attack, with many security experts pointing to password strength as being the root of the problem. Instead, a piece of computer code that repeatedly guessed common passwords is said to have been used in the attack. More than accounts were compromised and Hunger Games actress Lawrence called the breach a 'sex crime' in the aftermath of the publication. Internet security expert Jonathan Sander said: 'The cloud isn't insecure, Apple's cloud isn't any more or less secure than any other, and those photos weren't any more or less locked down than others.
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Subscriber Account active since. In the original 4chan thread where the hacker first posted the images, the consensus was that Apple's iCloud service was to blame. But how likely is it that Apple's encrypted cloud service led to the mass hack, and what are the other ways that the nude photos could have emerged? The original leaker behind the celebrity photos claimed that they accessed the images using the iCloud accounts of various celebrities. It's unlikely that someone has broken into Apple's iCloud service. Instead the photos most likely emerged due to a type of hacking known as "social engineering. Jennifer Lawrence is known to use iCloud after she let slip in a red carpet interview with MTV this year that she frequently has trouble with the service, remarking "My iCloud keeps telling me to back it up, and I'm like, I don't know how to back you up. Do it yourself. After discovering the iCloud account of a celebrity, it's trivially easy to access their online photo backup through Apple's Photo Stream utility and iCloud photo backups.
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From the topic Entertainment. You may remember the fappening , also known as Celebgate - when an anonymous hacker, or hackers, leaked naked pictures of more than celebs, including Rihanna and Jennifer Lawrence. They worked out the celebrities' Apple iCloud log-in details and also sent phishing emails to their Gmail accounts. More than images were leaked on 4chan and Reddit in , with stars threatening legal action. There aren't that many pictures of him left on the internet, interestingly. It appears that he's deleted his Facebook and other social profiles. It's understood he's married with two children and studied science and technology at James Madison University in Virginia. The term is a mixture of two words, "the happening", as in what's going on, and "fapping", which is slang for masturbation. Fappening is where a hacker accesses naked photographs of celebrities and then leaks them on to image-sharing sites like 4chan in exchange for bitcoins.
Chance Miller. The man responsible for leaking explicit photos of dozens of celebrities back in has been formally charged today. Colin was charged in Los Angeles, but the case will be transferred to Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, where Collins is expected prison sentence of 18 months, although it could be as long as five years. In addition to revealing sentencing details, however, the filing also reveals more details as to how Collins was able to obtain access to the accounts of the affected celebrities.