On Christmas Eve, Gibson Security published information on how to exploit loopholes in Snapchat's security that "allow mass matching of phone numbers with names and mass creation of bogus accounts," reports ZDNet. Gibson published the codes because they were "sick of" Snapchat ignoring their warning since August.
The microblogging service that's become a newsroom staple across the world is still missing stronger, two-step security offered by Google and Facebook. Security that would've stopped companies like Burger King or the AP from being hacked. In the meantime, we've been sent this memo: