The age of WhatsApp and other messaging services has given us all sorts of ways to ruin our own lives. Just imagine, if you will, snapping an erotic picture of yourself and then sending it to your conservative boss, colleague or grandmother. Currently, when you send an image you can see a profile picture showing the face of your intended recipient.
Suddenly, the nosy phone holder swipes one photo too far and BAM! They're hit with an explicit photo of your land down under. The obvious solution would be to not send or save nudes at all, but who wants to do that?
A vault app is one that can keep your private photos, videos, and messages safe from prying eyes. To access the trove, the user must input a password. Other apps have a fake cover page that looks like an empty folder or an error message, for example.
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People are freaking out online after one Twitter user discovered the secret hack that opens up loads of new categories. One Twitter user realised that if you type 'brassiere' into the search tab in your photos folder, it brings up any nude or underwear pics you might have in your camera roll. It's true.
Users on Twitter appear to have discovered a feature on Apple's iPhone that saves nudes and provocative photos to a specific default folder dubbed 'Brassiere'. The finding came after it was brought to one woman's attention. Go to your photos and type in the 'Brassiere' why are apple saving these and made it a folder!!?!!?
Of course, sexting opens you up to a world of risks. Actress and singer Bella Thorne said Saturday that a hacker got access to her private photos which she decided to post on her own Twitter pagerather than be blackmailed. Instead, here are a few precautions you can take to keep your sexts safe.
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There's no secret folder, and it's not really to do with naked pictures — just tools to help you organise your photos. A newly viral post is encouraging people to find out the "folder", and look at what is contained in there. And while some of the reports are true, they aren't all — or as intimate — they seem.