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Security firm identifies three kinds of profiles you won't want to swipe to the right on popular dating app. Dating app Tinder is suffering from an "influx of spam bots and fake profiles" according to online security firm Symantec, which has published a report identifying three different examples. The app has built a large audience of single people browsing one cam pleasures profiles, then swiping them right to indicate interest, or left to reject.
The problem is that some of those profiles aren't what they seem. The report suggests that adult webcam spammers continue to operate on Tinder: bots that engage people in conversation, then try to persuade them to click on links to webcam sites.
The second type of Tinder spammer is also a bot, but this time one that tries to direct people to mobile games and adult websites. A campaign to drive downlo of a game called Castle Clash was exposed by technology site TechCrunch in April, but Symantec says the script behind it has since been repurposed to promote a website called Slut Roulette. However, the report claims that the "overwhelming majority" of Cam pleasures spam is now fake prostitution profiles: images of women with overlaid text giving details of services and rates, as well as website addresses.
Symantec is advising Tinder users to report fake profiles to Tinder, in order to help the company clean up its network. Tinder has faced scrutiny from the security industry before. In February, the company was criticised by Inside Security for its sluggishness in fixing a flaw that enabled hackers to identify the location of individual Tinder users to within feet.
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