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But it seems the people behind the app weren’t so careful when it came to user security.Within a day, a security researcher was able to download and share the entire user database.“All your personal information is kept private,” the app’s website proclaims.Melania wore a 0,000 wedding dress for her big day, and the cake was 50 pounds, had a Grand Marnier filling, and was covered by 3,000 roses.In 2006, Melania gave birth to Trump's 5th child (her first), a boy named Barron.A French security researcher, who goes by the name “Elliot Alderson”, discovered the dating app for Trump supporters’ open database, and showcased his findings in a tweet, tagging Hi @Fox News and @real Donald Trump supporters, You should not use this app.In 5 minutes, I managed to get:- the list of all the people registered- name- Photo- personal messages- token to steal their session Thread ⬇️ https://t.co/72Kd NJTrmk— Elliot Alderson (@fs0c131y) October 15, 2018‘Elliot Alderson’, also known as Baptiste Robert, showed a preview of some of the “private” information he obtained from the website, alongside a concept video of how he was able to access the 1,607 Donald Daters user accounts and its 128 chat rooms.It's bad enough young supporters of President Donald Trump say their political views make dating a challenge.Now, a new app designed just for them was hacked the day it launched, exposing the personal data of more than 1,600 users. Moreno started the app "to provide a solution to so many young Trump supporters who have told me their dating horror stories.
However, it’s worth a write up so I will try to write an article in the coming days.” Emily Moreno and Donald Daters even thanked the hacker.
With this POC I can:- see all private messages- see all user info- delete what I want: a message, an user, the all database, ...
pic.twitter.com/7do Erhz Yd Y— Elliot Alderson (@fs0c131y) October 15, 2018The leak of user information included "users' names, profile pictures, device type, their private messages," according to Tech Crunch, a technology website.
"Trump supporters face extreme hostility wherever they go, whether they're at a restaurant or on an online dating app," said Emily Moreno, CEO of Donald Daters and a former aide to Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. For many of them, liberal intolerance has made meeting and dating nearly impossible," according to the app's website.
Donald Daters is one of many new apps tailored to people who seek others with similar political views, specifically, those who support Trump. "Support for the president has become a deal breaker instead of an icebreaker," she wrote.