The Trust On Social Media: Tinder Hackers

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Sunday 25 September 2059 23853 Shares

By Ashton Copeton

In this society, people get hacked everyday. Now that social media has skyrocketed, people are always getting hacked, whether that means their passwords are stolen or their whole account has been taken over. There has been a new uprising issue. People all across the world has been starting to get hacked by anonymous people who claim to be someone else.

Many social media app users are have been socializing with people they find on the app and creating online relationships/friendships. They put their trust in online people and some find themselves in a risky situation.

A Tinder user has recently stated, “My boyfriend that I met online texted me a link last night. It brought me to a blank website and suddenly my phone shut off. When I turned it back on, some of my information was missing like passwords and email accounts.”

This is a new hack and is spreading like wildfire. The authorities are trying their best to stop this issue, but many people still face the issue. People are constantly getting fake links that contain the hack.
Another Tinder user, Josie also got hacked. She claimed that her phone had also shut down, and when she reopened it many of her apps had been deleted and her Facebook media account had been hacked. A few days later, Josie got informed that her credit card information was hacked. The bank stated that she had spent $1000 in a store, but this was false, according to Josie. Researchers state that this was due to the hack she had received from the link she clicked on.

Many people have complained to Tinder and other dating apps. A Tinder spokesperson stated, “We try our hardest to eliminate fake profiles like that but we can’t do much else.”

Reports had also stated that this was a newly found event and authorities are trying their best to find these hackers. Other recent reports have mentioned that these hackers are soon finding their way onto other social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.

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