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UK Mobile Operator O2 Leaks MMS Photos

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

Security 4

Anonymous Hero writes "UK Mobile Operator O2 allows its customers to send MMS photos to email recipients by way of a web interface. The URLs published by the MMS-to-email application are not authenticated, so a simple Google search reveals hundreds if not thousands of private photos..."
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O2 customers going nuts on support forum (1)

ttul (193303) | more than 6 years ago | (#24246205) []

"I have reported the case to several agencies in the UK - including the ICO, Ofcom, O2 and my excellent local MP. Hopefully something will be done about this. In the mean time, please spread the news, and any advice you can offer would be excellent."

changed urls (1)

stas_bekman (986420) | more than 6 years ago | (#24269633)

it looks like they have changed the urls, so those queries no longer work.
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