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Wednesday, January 8, Most of these celebrities are using Samsung Galaxy S series. Black Hacker claims that his main target is money. He threatens the celebrities that he would leak the privacy they have in their phones, such as texts, videos, and pictures if they didn't give him the money he asks for. Dispatch reports that one idol has already given him the money in order to not leak the videos he stole. It's kind of difficult since their phone numbers, pictures, even bank account information are all stored in there. Anyway, the security of Google Account is really vulnerable.
A recent report from South Korean media claims that Samsung Galaxy smartphones of many well-known personalities in Korea were hacked. According to the report , the hacker extorts cash from its victims. If the victim fails to pay the ransom, the hacker threatens to disclose all data. The report shows that the hackers obtained contact information, images, videos, and text messages from many celebrities. The perpetrator hacks into Samsung cloud storage and then use the information to extort victims. The list of celebrities is long but the report did not mention many names. The celebrities include famous actors, idol artists, movie directors, well-known chefs, etc.
A report from Dispatch, one of Korea's most reliable sources of investigative journalism has revealed A-list actors, idols, and even a famous chef have been successfully blackmailed by malicious hackers who accessed their private data through vulnerabilities of Samsung's flagship mobile device, the Galaxy. Once hackers are able to gain access to a celebrity's phone, they have access to their text messages, photos and videos. After securing the celebrity's private data, they demand money. If the celebrity does not pay, all the data goes public. As all kpop fans know, Korea does not forget about scandals easily. When a celebrity finds themselves in such a predicament, the options are few. As a public figure, you either pay up or risk your career.