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Those include expected law enforcement organisations such as the police, the military and the secret service, but also includes bodies such as the Food Standards Agency, the Gambling Commission, councils and the Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust.

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[Read more] Meet Rachel and Jason who fell in love on the Tinder mobile dating app.

Not only is it possible for an attacker to analyse traffic coming from the API server and see the images the Tinder user is seeing, but also view what action they take on profiles -- whether they like, didn't like, or super liked on the profiles.

The Tinder API sends encrypted packets from the server, based on the response of the user.

The use of HTTP connections when Tinder makes requests to download images allows an attacker on the same network as the user -- such as a public wi-fi hotspot -- to explore the users' profile and view if they're opening and sending messages.

The attacker could even alter images by intercepting traffic.

Those ICRs in effect serve as a full list of every website that people have visited, rather than collecting which specific pages are visited or what's done on them.

ICRs will be made available to a wide range of government bodies.

Uncovered by researchers at application security testing company Checkmarx, the vulnerabilities are based on an the use of an HTTP connection and a predictable HTTPS response size which allows attackers to decode encryption signatures and see what action the user took on the profile of another user.

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