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Tinder Introduces The Profile Verification Feature!! | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans


Online Dating Apps

Tinder with a new feature is introduced during this lockdown period. Many people are using dating clone apps
a lot especially, the dating app Tinder all over the world. Tinder is provided with many features within this three to four months and still expects the new feature to be released.

Here I am going to speak about the features provided in Tinder during Covid-19.

The first is the passport feature launched in early  March 2020, the user can change the location on his own and can see a lot of profiles near the location and swipe them unlimitedly.  Users can switch over to every place easily and can be filtered based on age. 

In late March, the passport feature was included in the Tinder Plus option to pay a 5$ per month plan. 

Latest Feature

Tinder introduces a new feature for the verification of the profile.

The verification badge will appear near the profile name. The verification is done by the facial recognition feature to ensure the real you. The facial recognition photo will compare the profile photos and then verify the photo. 

How to get the Verified badge

The profile should be matched by taking two selfies if it is matched the verification badge will be given to your profile.

The two selfie pose will be different for every user. The first selfie pose will be 

verified and then only the second pose will be given.


The latest feature in Tinder can be used in our dating app Igniter developed by Trioangle Technologies. Based on your requirement the dating app like Tinder can be created and developed to start your business.

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#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Apple’s Tracking-Prevention Feature in Safari has a Privacy Bug

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Last month, engineers at Google published a very curious privacy bug in Apple’s Safari web browser. Apple’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention, a feature designed to reduce user tracking, has vulnerabilities that themselves allow user tracking. Some details: ITP detects and blocks tracking on the web. When you […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

A Handy Chrome Feature, a Sonos Update Warning, and More News

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Chrome is protecting and Sonos is disconnecting, but first: a cartoon about the new big screen. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News Don’t ignore […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Why Application Flow Maps Are the Coolest Feature in Application Security

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Application flow maps are the cool feature you can use to discover that needle in a haystackhow does my running app work and what does my app connect to?


Developers will often architect systems that cater only to business requirements and skip identification of security threats and vulnerabilities until later on when it’s much more costly. Enterprises can improve overall protection and understand app flows by gathering an accurate asset inventory with connection discovery—basically mapping out your running apps and data flow—and along the way help reduce developer remediation times, security response efforts, and avoid the many costs associated with breach events.

Of course teams could document application flows and evaluate manually by using Excel spreadsheets or Office docs, but why would use a labor-heavy and static format that cannot scale easily? The combination of high complexity together with a siloed (and non-live) approach will cost the enterprise even more time and effort and, ultimately, human-reported results are not reliable. The most useful format for asset and flow discovery is an automated application flow map.

What EXACTLY is an Application Flow Map?

An application flow map is a simple interactive visualization that shows the vital relationship between your data and resources with the ability to drill down into details. An application flow map creates an accurate and explorable representation of your running applications and associated layers of technology, including back-end connected systems.

An application flow map can be built on string credentials discovered through application instrumentation (database connection strings, URIs, unique host and port combinations) which are visually represented as connected applications. A clear perspective of linked applications using a map modeled from these unique keys means every time you exercise an application you get up-to-date representations of all your applications and back-end systems in a user-friendly and interactive format.

If you have an application flow map you can quickly see what is connected to your running applications and rapidly visualize how an application stack interacts with other assets on your network. Do you feel something is slightly ‘off’ but you’re not sure what it might be exactly? An application flow map is the cool tool you can use to explore and find that needle in a haystack.

Why is an Application Flow Map INVALUABLE for Application Security?

What is more important to know, connections to your application or application technology stack details? Well, a bit of a trick question, but it is knowing all app connections to other apps and shared resources, which libraries are in use, etc., that help augment the threat modeling process, automatically filling in basic details so that security professionals can focus on meaning.

Using an application flow map you gain understanding of the nature of your information systems, the most likely attack vectors, and the assets likely desired by attackers. An application flow map answers questions like “Where am I most vulnerable to attack?”, “What are the most relevant threats?”, and “What do I need to do to safeguard against these threats?” And, unlike application security questionnaires, flow maps do not require waiting on actions from developers. Instead, accurate and trusted results arrive directly from the running application itself.

A valuable use case may be determining how data is shared within the organization. For example, a security engineer might not be aware that their HR database is connected to their front-end e-commerce store or similar situations. When you visualize data and see everything together in a single location, visually exploring connections and relationships (instead of relying on mental conceptions in your head or static documentation), then you can rapidly discover the answers you need. Everything is faster and easier if you have a map!

  • Visualize entire landscape of systems and resources associated with an application
  • Identify exact way apps connect to each other through shared back-end systems
  • Show all shared resources between apps and understand how to defend against lateral movement
  • See where app data flows and connects to back-end systems and other apps, connection security
  • See what browser layer technologies are accessing the app in real-time
  • Single-click reveals of access privileges (user and application) plus associated PII and sensitive data flow
  • Discovery of all significant app details (deployed environments, risk letter grade, vulnerability and attack status, assessment and protection status)

These are the detailed answers—quickly made discoverable by a visualized application flow map interface—that security professionals and developers seek when asked to investigate applications or backend systems.

Flow maps enable self-exploration for all connections to your apps and surfaces hard-to-find, valuable insights into the actual technologies that a running application is using across View, Presentation, and Service layers.

  • View visibility may expose rendered content details (HTML, JSON, XML) that clients connected to your application consume including, in the case of HTML pages, assets that the client is instructed to render or process (images, Flash, JavaScript, CSS, audio and video)

  • Presentation visibility may show how your app interprets and responds to the client requests (templating libraries like Mustache or Jinja), transpiling code (SASS to CSS, TypeScript to JS), or handling and routing client requests (Django, Express.js, Ruby on Rails, ASP.NET, Vert.x)

  • Service details may show external technologies like data stores (NoSQL or SQL) that are interacting with your application or technologies related to messaging queues, job schedulers, authentication and authorization services, and data processors (JSON, XML, SOAP)

The best application flow maps support easy accessibility to this important application and security data to inform security and development decisions and make your complex running systems instantly understood and fully traceable.

Application security gradeA risk summary of all this metadata in the form of a card—including an instantly recognizable score or grade—is the final piece of an application flow map that adds the most value to any business.

Rapid understanding how interactions between applications and external systems affect overall security along with analysis reporting including simple scores and letter grades allows anyone to effectively manage risk and to control and improve policy and processes based on this valuable insight.

Start Using Application Flow Maps—Free, Full Community Edition

Try for yourself the free, full-strength, Contrast Community Edition to find out first-hand how an application flow map can make life easier, allow you to see many correlations and ‘the big picture’, and help your teams solve complex problems in your system architectures.

“Seeing is believing” is what should come to mind when asked about how valuable application flow maps are to speeding up application security, testing, security assessment, incident response, or any type of architecture analysis. Ask someone who has used (and seen with their eyes) application flow maps to describe its value and immediately they will say in response, “Well, that’s easy, let me show you so you can immediately see for yourself too.”

Thank you for helping us protect the world by protecting their applications.


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Siemens PLC Feature Can Be Exploited for Evil

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans A hidden feature in some newer models of the vendor’s programmable logic controllers leaves the devices open to attack. Siemens says it plans to fix it. An undocumented access feature in some newer models of Siemens programmable logic controllers (PLCs) can be used as both a […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

A new #Facebook #security feature reveals #fraudulent #Facebook-like #mails

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A new Facebook security feature protects users from identity theft, the tech giant is taking note of every email it has “recently” sent to its users.

Facebook has rolled out a new security feature to protect users from identity theft, the tech giant is taking note of every email it has “recently” sent to its users.

The full list of email sent by Facebook is available under the Settings menu on the social network platform.

Facebook users that will receive a message allegedly sent by the social network giant can check its authenticity by viewing the new “See recent emails from Facebook” section at the bottom of the Security and Login page.

Facebook security feature

If the message is not included in the list it is fraudulent and must be discarded.

“Facebookmail.com is a common domain that Facebook uses to send notifications when we detect an attempt to log in to your account or change a password. If you’re unsure if an email you received was from Facebook, you can check its legitimacy by visiting facebook.com/settings to view a list of security-related emails that have been recently sent.” states the announcement published by Facebook. 

Even if threat actors are able to disguise emails, to make them look like official messages sent by Facebook, the new Facebook security feature will help users to identify phishing attacks.

Crooks use phishing attacks to obtain victim’s credentials, access their profile, and perform a wide range of fraudulent activities.

Compromised accounts could be used to send out phishing messages or to spread malware.

Users that will discover email scam pretending to be sent from the Facebook platform can report it to phish@facebook.com.

If your account has been compromised due to a phishing attempt, visit facebook.com/hacked.

“If you’ve checked this tool and determined that an email you received is fake, we encourage you to report it to phish@facebook.com, and if you believe your account has been compromised due to a phishing attempt, you may attempt to regain access to your account at: facebook.com/hacked. ” concludes Facebook.

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Apple iOS 10.3.3 Has A Great Secret Feature

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Apple iOS 10.3.3 has problems but what appears to be an otherwise dull update on the surface, actually hides a crucial improvement (but bad news for older iPhones) if you delve deeper… ‘Great Secret Features’ and ‘Nasty Surprises’ are my regular columns investigating operating system updates for the best features…

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Few Retailers Accepting ‘Chip’ Credit Card Payment Feature for Holidays

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Few Retailers Accepting ‘Chip’ Credit Card Payment Feature for Holidays

Maybe you’ve noticed: At many stores, both big and small, you still have to swipe the magnetic stripe on your new chip-enabled credit card, rather than insert or dip it into a chip-reader. Edgar Dworsky, founder of the website ConsumerWorld.org, wondered why he’s rarely asked to dip his smart cards, despite an Oct. 1 “deadline” for retailers to adopt the new standard. So he decided to survey the marketplace last week. He checked 48 national and regional chains and found that only one in four had payment terminals able to process a purchase using the chip security feature in the EMV cards (an acronym derived from Europay, MasterCard and Visa, the three companies that originally developed the standard). “Virtually all – except for Radio Shack – have installed checkout terminals with the card slots for these chip cards, but most of them did not work. They had not turned on the system yet,” Dworsky told NBC News. Only 10 chains in the ConsumerWorld survey have enabled the chip card function chainwide: Best Buy, Home Depot, Lowe’s, Macy’s, Old Navy, Rite Aid, Sam’s Club, Target, Walgreens and Walmart. Big-name national and regional retailers that cannot accept chip cards at some or […]

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Facebook added Free Voice Calling Feature to its Messenger App

Have you noticed a blue color “Free Voice Call” icon that appears next to your Facebook contacts in the iOS and Android Facebook Messenger app?Yes, Facebook has updated their Messenger app that includes the ability to make free voice calls to your online pals and now Facebook users can simply tap the phone icon to call their friends.FACEBOOK DITCH WHATSAPP OVER CALLING FEATUREWhatsApp was reportedly developing voice call feature since last year and when it was acquired by Facebook for $19 billion in February, users estimated that Facebook will add Internet calling feature to Whatsapp soon, rather than to its own Facebook Messenger.However, the WhatsApp VoIP calling is still to come and is expected to launch the update with the feature in the coming weeks, but sadly before that Facebook may leave other popular free calling apps, such as Viber, Line, Google’s Hangout, Skype behind.



As expected, Facebook Calling service is not Encrypted at all and efforts of NSA and Edward Snowden’s revelations realize all of us that there is no such thing as ‘Privacy’.

If recent reports are to be believed, NSA’s spying powers are vast and they could once again put their special Hacking Units on this new assignment to Intercept your Facebook’s Internet voice calls.


Free apps are Good, and Cost you nothing other than collecting your mass information. Big companies are using free Smartphone apps as a sweet weapon to allow them to spy on users’ text messages, intercept calls and even track their location.


From last eight months, the whole Internet is learning about encryption technologies, privacy tools and countermeasures to beat spying eyes, but using one ‘Free Chocolate Donut’ like app would make your efforts ‘all in vain’!

The voice-calling feature on Facebook Messenger was first arrived for iOS platform in January 2013 and then slowly rolled out to the users in US, UK and Canada.

These are some nice features Facebook introduced in the messaging app, including the ability to create group chats within the app and message forwarding feature.

The company rolled out the latest Facebook Messenger 4.0 update and is now available for free download in the Google Playstore. However, the Windows Phone version has not yet been updated with calling feature.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/facebook-added-free-voice-calling.html#.VmCoTVUrLIU

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Tinder Is Introducing “Super Like” Feature

TECH CRUNCH – Sep 10 – Tinder has today unveiled a new feature called Super Like. Users can see if somebody super liked them before they swipe. Read More….

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