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Sexy Snapchat Spam Delivers Trouble

 A spam-driven scam has hit Snapchat, the popular picture-chat app for Android and iPhone, and it's fueled by photos so sleazy, you won't believe they're free.

Snapchat, which delivers more than 20 million "snaps" a day, is considered by some to be the safest way to "sext" without leaving behind photos that could come back with a vengeance.

The app allows users to control their naughty texts by automatically deleting sent photos after 10 seconds.
While some users swear that Snapchat is more than just a convenient way to cover up compromising photos, this spam campaign certainly takes advantage of the app's racy reputation. [See also: How to Safely Send a Digital Valentine]

This week, Snapchat users who had never changed their default settings to "private" started receiving unsolicited "snaps" from "Honey.Crush9" and her scantily clad friends.


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