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

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

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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.

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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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Stolen #identities and a #lack of #verification render #public comment #procedures #meaningless

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Before implementing policy and regulatory changes, federal agencies are legally required to permit the public to comment directly to the agency. At the end of the comment period, it is customary for the agency review the comments received and, occasionally, include comments received concerning the policy change or regulation.

Prior to the Federal Communication Commission’s decision to repeal the 2015 net neutrality rules, the FCC received over 22 million comments. If that sounds like a lot, it is. So many, in fact, that it prompted a closer look by the agency. As a result of its investigation, it determined that millions of these comments were fake. According to multiple researchers, more than one million of the 22 million cumulative comments were bots that used natural language generation to artificially amplify the call to repeal net neutrality protections. On June 19, 2017, nearly 500,000 comments were submitted in a mere second and nearly all of them were identical. In fact, about 7,000 comments were submitted under the name, “The Internet” and over 400,000 of them came from Russian email addresses.

The FCC is not alone, as other agencies have received fake comments from living as well as dead Americans including the SEC, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Department of Labor (DOL).

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Google will push users to abandon SMS two-step verification to avoid security risks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Google Inc. is pushing users to switch from messaging-based two-step login verification to a phone-based service instead as a way to bypass the security risks of Simple Messaging Service authentication services. Beginning this week, Google will invite users of its existing so-called SMS 2-SV service to use a different login…

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Identity verification in an era of data breaches

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Identity verification in an era of data breaches

Cyberattacks and breaches have grown in frequency, and losses are on the rise. In 2015 the number of U.S. data breaches continued to break records with 781 reported where the number of records exposed was about 169 million records, according

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Two-Step Verification Might Still Not Stop Hackers from Accessing iCloud Data

Two-Step Verification Might Still Not Stop Hackers from Accessing iCloud Data

Intimate and private photos of well-known celebrities were leaked on the Internet. These nude images were copied from Apple’s iCloud data service. Apple’s iCloud was hacked and hackers posted the photos online. With the security concern over Apple’s iCloud, the […]

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