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Subscriber active since. The beauty of Snapchata popular photo-sharing appis that photos disappear moments after picture messages are sent. They can never be resurfaced by the sender, and the recipient can't view the image for more than a few seconds before it self-destructs. But apparently Snapchat doesn't actually delete the photos.
It just buries them deep inside a device. The finding is similar to a flaw Buzzfeed uncovered in December. Hickman, 24, took a mobile forensics course at Utah Valley University. It's actually saved on the phone. Snapchat storage structure, uncovered by Hickman. That's what would happen with a regular camera. On average, it takes Hickman six hours to resurface the photos on Androids, depending on how much data is stored on the device.
He's still cracking the Snapchat code on iPhones. He's detailed the full methodology for resurfacing Snapchat photos here. Snapchat has not given a public statement about Hickman's findings.
Snaps are deleted from our servers after they have been viewed by the recipient. Note that while it says photos are deleted from Snapchat's servers, it doesn't say photos are deleted from the devices. World globe An icon of the world globe, indicating different international options. Get the Insider App.
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