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Your Tinder secrets could be EXPOSED: Massive security flaws in the app could let strangers hijack your photos, spy on your swipes and see pictures of all your matches
January 24, 2018 | By Phoebe Weston

Researchers from Tel Aviv-based security firm Checkmarx found it is possible for a hacker to take control of profile pictures and swap them for inappropriate content and rogue advertising. One... Read More >

Tinder’s Non-Existent Encryption Means Someone Could Be Watching Your Swipes
January 24, 2018 | By Thomas Tamblyn

Researchers from an app security firm have made a rather worrying discovery about how encrypted certain parts of the dating app Tinder are. The Tel Aviv-based firm Checkmarx discovered that if they were on... Read More >

Tinder Vulnerability Lets Strangers See Your Photos & Matches
January 24, 2018 | By Tyler Lee

Turns out even that might not be safe, thanks to the efforts of researchers from Tel Aviv-based security firm Checkmarx. According to the report from WIRED, it seems that there exists a vulnerability in the Tinder app that lets anyone connected to the same WiFi as you to potentially snoop in... Read More >

Researchers find Tinder is a steaming hot … security mess
January 24, 2018 | By Duncan Riley

The claim comes today from the Checkmarx Ltd. security team, which discovered what is described as “disturbing vulnerabilities in a highly popular dating application used by people across the globe.” The problems lies... Read More >

Two Tinder Security Flaws Mean Strangers Can Spy On Your Swipes
January 24, 2018 | By Leticia Miranda

Lurkers sharing an unsecured Wi-Fi network with you could see when you're swiping right or left on Tinder and when you start a chat with someone, according to security research... Read More >

Researchers Say Tinder’s Limited Encryption Makes It Ripe for Hackers
January 24, 2018 | By Emily Price

Researchers at Tel Aviv-based app security firm Checkmarx recently demonstrated that Tinder lacks basic HTTPS encryption for photos. That means that if they were on the same Wi-Fi network as someone using... Read More >

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