Law enforcement authorities in the United States on Friday indicted and arrested two individuals suspected of developing, marketing and selling a piece of software designed to enable unauthorized access to protected content stored on the image and video hosting website Photobucket.
According to the indictment (pdf), Brandon Bourret, 39, of Colorado Springs, Colorado and Athanasios Andrianakis, 26, of Sunnyvale, California have been accused of conspiring to commit computer fraud and abuse, access device fraud, identification document fraud, and wire fraud.
Photobucket allows users to protect albums containing private content by marking them "private" or "password protected." Bourret and Andrianakis are said to have developed a tool, dubbed "Photofucket," that allowed them to access images and videos stored in private or password-protected albums.
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