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Brute force, also known as brute force cracking, is a trial-and-error method used by to get plain-text passwords from encrypted data When activated, it automatically stores users' photos, emails, documents and other information in a 'cloud', allowing them to sync the data across a range of platforms. Users can then access their information from any internet-connected device using a log-in and password.
The service secures data by encrypting it when it is sent over the web, storing it in an encrypted format when kept on server, and using secure tokens for authentication.
Otherwise, move it to They Changed It, Now It Sucks.
Also, don't confuse this with the haters of a certain progressive metal band.
Compare Bile Fascination, a primary reason for people outside the target demographic to investigate.
Contrast Hype Backlash, where a backlash occurs against something people have been told they'd like. Can lead to Deader Than Disco when a work's target demographic stops liking it and joins in on the bashing.
Kirsten Dunst has become the first celebrity to publicly criticize Apple after it emerged that a flaw in the 'Find My i Phone' function of its i Cloud service may have helped a hacker to steal nude photos of her and '100 other celebrities'.
Also, keep in mind that just because something is intended for a specific audience that sometimes is not very concerned with the quality of the work, that doesn't mean the creators have an excuse to be lazy, so, if the Periphery Hatedom proves that even for its intended target audience the work isn't good, then they can have a point ("Just because something is made for kids, that doesn't mean they are free to treat them like idiots").See also Americans Hate Tingle for regional examples. Moral Guardians are a specific type of Periphery Hatedom, who sometimes subvert the trope by directing their complaints at how they think the work will affect its audience.However, they often play it straight by getting the target audience wrong, typically by assuming that everything of a particular genre must be kid-appropriate.Any further comment would be inappropriate at this time.'Following the publication of the images on Sunday night, experts have voiced their concerns over how the hacker managed to access them, claiming a specific flaw in the 'Find My i Phone' service may have been to blame.The flaw was spotted by The Next Web on Github (screengrab pictured).