Deepfake Warning to Women: Remove Your Bikini Images Now to Prevent Creation of Nude Images
At Hacked, we work to combat cybercriminals, hackers, and blackmailers. Unfortunately, with the rise of technology, women and girls are at a higher risk of defamation and blackmail.
Due to better capable data processing and AI, people can go to a website to convert any bikini images to nude images that look authentic. This technology is called Deepfake. Cybercriminals can use these images to target women and blackmail them or defame them.
We urge women and girls to remove their bikini images and other images that show a lot of skin from the open web to combat this new technology. While these websites primarily target women, men and boys should also consider removing images where they are shirtless.
If you want to keep your bikini images on Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, or similar, ensure your private profile and that only trusted friends can see the images.
We have used a free service that we won’t promote to create the following images in less than 20 seconds, so you can see for yourself how this might damage you and your reputation:
Original Bikini Image of Woman 1
Regenerated Deepfake Image of Woman 1 Nude
Original Bikini Image of Woman 2
Regenerated Deepfake Image of Woman 2 Nude
Original Bikini Image of Woman 3
Regenerated Deepfake Image of Woman 3 Nude
Be advised; the regenerated images have poor quality since we did not purchase their services. We only used their free service to create these images, which generated poorer-quality images.
We have created a new site and service called Prevent Deepfake, where you can learn more about how to prevent the misuse of your photos and videos.
Always consider what you have posted on social media to ensure that cybercriminals cannot target you. Please look at our digital security audit here to enhance your digital security.
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