Millions of Bumblers' personal information exposed in dating app security flaw

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Attackers could steal names, pictures and even information on the kind of partner a Bumble user was seeking

Popular dating app Bumble says it has fixed a security vulnerability on its platform that could have allowed hackers to steal the personal data of millions of users. No user data was compromised...

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