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.
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.
Once the target is compromised, the attacker can attempt to hijack more machines with the endgame of accessing the victim’s professional life and their company’s network.
Location is very potent, especially when you consider the use of Android Emulators that let you set your GPS to any place on the planet.
Location can be placed right on the target company’s address, setting the radius for matching profiles as small as possible.