Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Today's alleged leaks include Fergie; Natasha Leggero

Today's alleged leaks

There is a large gallery of alleged Natasha Leggero stills. Drunken Stepfather says it is an impersonator. I don't know whether he is kidding

And a single rear nude of Fergie (allegedly)

The latest wrestling leak is a gallery of "Melina" (Melina Perez)

The rumors of future leaks center on Kate Beckinsale. Also mentioned: Holly Willoughby and Luisa Zissman

7 comments:

  1. My advice? DO NOT click on any of these. My Malwarebytes identifies each link as a threat.

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    1. You malware bytes thinks Yahoo is a threat?

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  2. No, it's responding to that posted.do link that is the re-direct site.

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  3. Ok, now when I click on them, two of them go to Drunken Stepfather and the third to a Yahoo page. That was not the case when I clicked on them earlier. They all went to a re-direct site title 'posted.do' or 'posted.de' or something. I didn't stay on the page long enough to note it completely after it triggered the Malwarebytes warning.

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    1. the bottom link has always been Yahoo.

      I changed the top two.

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  4. Something was link jacking you, Gent. Sounds like it anyway.

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  5. Well, Scoop says he changed the top two. I admit I did not click on the bottom one in the new post after the first two went to a site that Malwarebytes says was a threat. So maybe the original site (posted.whatever) was the problem. It is certainly not beyond the realm of possibility that someone would proclaim that they have these photos and then have nothing more than a site with viruses on it.

    I knew a guy once who used to write viruses and he was not a living in a dark hole, scummy sort of fellow. If you met him on the street, you would be charmed by him. He was pleasant and polite and all the things that your average church-going boy should be. He told me that when he planted a virus, it was usually on a site that promised something that everyone wanted - a new game that had just been cracked, or whatever - and then when they came they would get the virus.

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