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The privacy and security of location-based apps has become a major concern for smartphone users around the globe.
As the CEO of SCRUFF, one of the largest gay dating apps in the world, I take these reports seriously.
Hornet claims to obscure your location, and told the Kyoto researchers that it had implemented new protections to prevent their attack.ago, I warned my wife that the experiment I was about to engage in was entirely non-sexual, lest she glance over my shoulder at my i Phone. I set my profile photo as a cat, and carefully turned off the "show distance" feature in the app's privacy settings, an option meant to hide my location.A minute later I called Nguyen Phong Hoang, a computer security researcher in Kyoto, Japan, and told him the general neighborhood where I live in Brooklyn.(That's the simpler but slightly less efficient method Hoang used to pinpoint my location.)To respond to Grindr's obscuring of the exact distance between some users, the Kyoto researchers' used a "colluding" trilateration attack.
They spoofed the location of accounts under their control and placed those fake users in positions that reveal narrow bands in which the victim "V" must be located.The phenomenal success of Pokemon Go has inspired me.