The Dating apps are mainly based on the personal information about the user, which is not illogical thinking about. Your studies, your age, your workplace, your name and even your location are stored on the servers.

The Dating apps are mainly based on the personal information about the user, which is not illogical thinking about. Your studies, your age, your workplace, your name and even your location are stored on the servers.


The Dating apps are mainly based on the personal information about the user, which is not illogical thinking about. Your studies, your age, your workplace, your name and even your location are stored on the servers.
Dating apps are not at all safe 

The principle is to find your soul mate in a comfortable location (even if Metahto is a wonderful and incredibly compatible with you, girl the Peru, it's a little far). Unfortunately - oh surprise - they are not as secure as it should be.

According to an article found on the Securelist of Kaspersky site, Roman Unuchek, Mikhail Kuzin and Sergey Zelensky security researchers have discovered that many applications of meetings are not particularly secure, and some listed apps are major, such as Tinder, Bumble and OK Cupid, to name a few.

According to the researchers, there are security vulnerabilities that are not well wicked, understand that banking information are not in danger, but it was very easy to find users on social media from simply their studies or their work.

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There are more worrisome security vulnerabilities, hackers can intercept the e-mail address of the user, because applications that offer a minimalist HTTPS encryption, which make it easier for them. There is more than to wait that the sites offer quick updates... or say goodbye to Tinder.

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