The hacker who stole nude photos of Scarlett Johansson has described how 'addiction' drove him to spy on the private lives of scores of celebrities.
Nubile female film stars will be breathing a sigh of relief today at the news that the FBI has arrested a man suspected of hacking into celebrity's phones and emails accounts and stealing their invariably nude photos.
Film star Mila Kunis claims that her email account was hacked, *not* her phone.. but that she wasn't exchanging flirty pictures with Justin Timberlake anyway.
Do you take enough care when you decide to switch email addresses? Or do you leave sensitive content lying around for a future intruder to stumble upon?
Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake make the headlines for all the wrong reasons, as claims are made that private photos were hacked from the actress's phone. Here's our advice on how to avoid nude photos being stolen by hackers.
Nude photos of Scarlett Johansson have been released on the web, after allegedly being stolen from her iPhone.
Read this before you click on any links, and - if you're a celebrity - learn how to stop this from happening to you!
Did hackers really hack into Julianne Hough's iPhone and steal her private photos?
The actress/singer/dancer may have not wanted this kind of exposure.
A gang of hackers known as SwagSec announced at the tail end of last week that they had hacked into Lady Gaga's UK website and made off with a database of names and email addresses of fans.
To prove their point, they published the stolen data online.
Nude photos and videos of Vanessa Hudgens may have appeared on the net, because her Gmail account was hacked.
Semi-nude pictures of Christina Aguilera leaked onto the internet were stolen by a hacker, according to the pop star's spokesman.
German prosecutors are accusing two local hackers of breaking into the computers of over 50 pop stars, including Lady Gaga and Ke$ha.