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We then created profiles in various industries across different regions.Most dating apps limit searches to specific areas, and you have to match with someone who also ‘swiped right’ or ‘liked’ you.It can be as vanilla as a classic phishing page for the dating app itself or the network the attacker is sending them to.

People are increasingly taking to online dating to find relationships—but can they be used to attack a business?

The kind (and amount) of information divulged—about the users themselves, the places they work, visit or live—are not only useful for people looking for a date, but also to attackers who leverage this information to gain a foothold into your organization.

This data, which could’ve been private on Facebook, can be displayed to other users, malicious or otherwise.

For businesses that already have operational security policies restricting the information employees can divulge on social media—Facebook, Linked In, and Twitter, to name a few—they should also consider expanding this to online dating sites or apps.

To bear out the risks, we delved into various online dating networks, which initially included Tinder, Plenty of Fish, Jdate, OKCupid, Grindr, Coffee meets Bagel, and Love Struck.

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