Celebrity Hackers Have Male Stars Panicking … We Don’t Want Our Junk Leaking Next!

Will the next celebrity hacking victim be your favorite actor? Celebrities all in the news this week and the male celebs are running scared. It looks like all the male Hollywood celebs are going to great lengths to keep their junk private.

TMZ spoke with multiple male celebrity’s — mostly actors — who told them it’s all they’re talking about … and they’re scared.

By now you have heard that over the weekend a bunch of celebs were hacked over the weekend — including Kim Kardashian, Gabrielle Union, Amber Heard, Rihanna and Vanessa Hudgens. No dudes.

Its being said that the male celebs have contacted friends, former lovers and coworkers … warning them they may be phishing targets … the guys think most of the hacking involves people connected to the celebs but not the celebs themselves.

The male celebrities are now changing their passwords weekly … and some now have phones that are not connected to the cloud.

One male celebrity who was hacked last year says he now has all his emails on a private server … and he’s alerted if anyone attempts to read them.

Celebrity’s all think it’s just a matter of time. Who do you think will be hacked next? Why are celebrities targeted? Let us know your thoughts below.

 

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