Snapchat CEO Spiegel, Indian hackers leaked data of 1.7 million users
Indian hackers made a move in reprisal to Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel’s comment on expanding the business to “poor countries” like India. India hackers had found liability in Snapchat database last year and tapped details of 1.7 million users. Hackers has leaked and made its data based available on the darknet as a anger against the company’s remark on India.
Indian hackers made available the leaked database of 1.7 million of its users, which they hacked last year.
Indian hackers who have been the top bug bounty hunters all over the world of IT giants had found bug in their system. Hackers said that they earlier found the bug but had never used the data but the arrogance of the Snapchat CEO had annoyed them. In further they endangered to carry out intensive strike against the company on the virtual world till the CEO apologies for his remark he made.
LEAK OF DATA DISAGREE BY SNAPCHAT
As a following of the controversy and huge disgrace online, the company said that the employee one who made the claim was “fired for poor performance,” three weeks ago and he has been involved in a lawsuit with the company.
The international spokesperson of Snap said this is ridiculous. Obviously, Snapchat is for everyone! It’s available worldwide to download for free. The statement added that the words were written by displeased former employee and also said that they are grateful for their Snapchat community in India as well as around the world.
Snapchat is but popular but may be not as big as Facebook or WhatsApp in India. Few reports that were given by media, user based of Snapchat in India is around 4 million. Presently, Snapchat has been under massive pressure in improvising its several iconic features are being torn off by social networking giants – Facebook and Instagram.