Snapchat still has not said whether it has plugged the vulnerability that led to the exploit once and for all. Nor has it admitted fault or issued an apology to affected users. A Snapchat spokesperson did not immediately return an e-mail seeking comment.
Update: In an interview on NBC's Today show, CEO Evan Spiegel said he thought the company "had done enough" when it came to installing safeguards in Snapchat. "In a business like this," he said, "one that's moving so quickly, if you spend your time looking backwards, you'll kill yourself."