Hackers could exploit Snapchat code, security firm says

12/29/2013 | TechCrunch · ZDNet · Computerworld

Gibson Security has published APIs and code that it says could allow hackers to match Snapchat users with their phone numbers and let attackers create bogus Snapchat accounts on a massive scale. "In an entire month, you could crunch through as many as 292 million numbers with a single server," researchers at the firm wrote. In response, Snapchat said in a statement that "We recently added additional counter-measures and continue to make improvements to combat spam and abuse."

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