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SCARS|RSN™ Cybersecurity News: Chinese Access To Dating Apps

American Cybersecurity Firm Discovers Mysterious Chinese Dating Apps Targeting US Customers Expose 42.5 Million Records Online

A non-password protected Elastic database that was clearly associated with dating apps based on the names of the folders was found. The IP address of where it was found is located on a US server and a majority of the users appear to be Americans based on their user IP and geolocations. They also noticed Chinese text inside the database confirming the Chinese access!

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