Fappening 3.0 Continues? — Explicit Pictures Of WWE Divas JoJo, Paige, and Maria Kanellis Leaked

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When it looked like the infamous leaks of private pictures of female celebrities from Hollywood and WWE, commonly known as Fappening, had stopped, the cybercriminals have stuck back. This time, they’ve targeted some WWE stars, releasing their pictures and Whatsapp chats.

According to International Business Times, the leaked data cache contains personal Whatsapp chats and NSFW pictures of British wrestling start Saraya-Jade Bevis, who also goes by the name Paige. It’s worth noting that hackers have targetted Paige for the second time this year.

The images have been posted on an adult website, whose name has been omitted for obvious reasons. The leak also reportedly contains images of two other WWE divas — Maria Kanellis and Joseann and Joseann ‘JoJo’ Offerman.

Earlier this year, the other celebrities who had been targetted by Fappening 2.0 and 3.0 attacks are as follows:

  • Kristen Stewart
  • Dakota Johnson
  • Stella Maxwell
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Nicole Scherzinger
  • Lindsey Vonn
  • Tiger Woods
  • Juno Temple
  • Nicole Scherzinger
  • Katherine McPhee

At the moment, it’s not known that the same hackers who leaked the pictures of above-mentioned celebrities are the ones responsible for the latest Fappening 3.0 leaks.

Stay safe, spread awareness

While it can’t be said with certainty, the iCloud and Gmail accounts of the celebrities were, probably, targeted via email phishing attacks.

We advise the Fossbytes users to follow the recommended security practices, stay updated with latest web security developments, and make their friends/family aware of such risk.

You can also find tips on how to stay safe and avoid hacking attacks like Fappening at the end of this article.

Also Read: How To Stay Safe On The Internet — Google Tells 5 Must Know Tips
Adarsh Verma

Adarsh Verma

Fossbytes co-founder and an aspiring entrepreneur who keeps a close eye on open source, tech giants, and security. Get in touch with him by sending an email — [email protected]

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