Missing My Family Images. Competitors of 'Miss Bumbum Brasil ', the contest for the cutest bottom, pose against a wall for local photographers before recording a TV program in Osasco, a surburb of Sao Paulo, Brazil on September 24, Meet several crazy characters and Then discover Where is my Family, or the story of a child looking for his missing parents. Q: What if I or my business wants to make a very large contribution? Are there naming opportunities? Death took away not just my dad, but also someone who was my unsung hero. Living in a shared four-story house makes decorating a challenge. I miss my family. In and still looks five years old.
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No, likely not. No thanks to the leaky photo app they dribbled out of for that, though. After coming across thousands of photos seeping out of an unsecured S3 storage bucket belonging to a photo app called PhotoSquared, security researchers at vpnMentor blurred a few. They also blurred a sample from a host of other personally identifiable information PII they came across during their ongoing web mapping project, which has led to the discovery of a steady stream of databases that have lacked even the most basic of security measures. PhotoSquared, a US-based app available on iOS and Android, is small but popular: it has over , customer entries just in the database that the researchers stumbled upon. Meanwhile, PhotoSquared customers could also be targeted for online theft and fraud. Hackers and thieves could use their photos and home addresses to identify them on social media and find their email addresses, or any more Personally Identifiable Information PII to use fraudulently. The leaky PhotoSquared app is just the most recent story one in a long chain about misconfigured cloud storage buckets. Last week, it was JailCore, a cloud-based app meant to manage correctional facilities that turned out to be spilling PII about inmates and jail staff. In the case of PhotoSquared, vpnMentor suggested that the quickest way to patch its pockmarked bucket is to:.
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Fake nude photographs of over , real women have been created using a new program that takes images of their clothed selves from social media accounts and uses an AI bot to make them appear naked. Its presence was revealed Tuesday in a report by Sensity, a leading synthetic media watchdog. Among the images created were nude photos of minors. Though created and initially distributed within Russian-language Telegram groups, many of the images were subsequently shared on other social networks — predominantly the Russian social media platform VK. This technology was initially created for free use, but was quickly sold and went underground. Now, it can only be used for a fee and usually requires either a powerful computer or some technical know-how. The AI bot discussed in the new report makes use of some aspects of this technology. It works fully automatically, is free and requires no technical knowledge. A review of the different photo archives reveals certain biases. For example, inputting the image of a clothed Black woman yielded a very odd result: The body was completely missing and all that remained was an empty silhouette with two white breasts floating inside it.