The data of vaccination opponents looking for love has been revealed

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These days, if you’re single and ready to mingle, there are a wealth of dating apps to choose from – depending on what you’re looking for. For a one-night stand, there’s Tinder; For respectable brunch dates, there’s Bumble; For people who believe in both, there is a detailed. Oh, but don’t forget unbelievable—A dating app for unvaccinated people that also lets you donate blood and breast milk (????).

According to new ReportAnother unintended advantage of the anti-vaccine website is that it shares your data with the Internet. Until recently, a giant security vulnerability was allegedly unfixed on the site, allowing anyone with knowledge to infiltrate the platform and steal or alter information.

The Daily Dot was The first to notice Which Unjected seems to have a huge security issue on its hands. According to the director, a web researcher passes jigger I discovered that the Site Administrator feature was missing basic authentication and security safeguards. GeopJr says that the site’s admin control panel, which allows anyone to add or modify user profiles and web pages for a site, was left completely open on the Internet because the site had not been removed from “debug mode”. By getting into the administration seat, a cybercriminal can basically steal and free information from the site.

To test this, Dot set up an account with the platform, after which GeopJr was able to log into the new account and change a bunch of information, including the demo account’s username, email, and profile picture. The researcher was also able to “respond to and delete Help Center tickets and reported posts”, and basically took over all of the site’s basic administrative responsibilities. He told the Daily Dot that Unjected “appears to have been set up in a hurry and basic security protocols have been ignored”.

After The Daily Dot reached Unjected about security issues, the site appears to have fixed the problem with administrator privileges, but the outlet notes that “several non-critical errors remain”.

So yeah, it doesn’t look great. But as horrific as it is, let me step away from the security issues for a minute and come back to the site itself because, oh my God, does it have some really interesting stuff in there. For one thing, the site compares itself to Craigslist (you may remember what this site’s dating page is like Fell in flames not so long ago), then goes on to fill in the details (emphasis and grammatical choices peculiar to them):

Created by two nations in Hawaii, during the peak of vaccine release in spring 2021; Unjected is a multi-faceted platform for health awareness, Persons not vaccinated with COVID-19 who believe in medical freedom, freedom of choice, freedom of expression and bodily autonomy. After being slandered in the media, it has grown into a continuous multiplication 110,000 members in 85 different countries around the world in pursuit of Love, friendships, community, business contacts, And even free blood mRNA guides and fertility guides to Protect The population safety.

Yes, finally, the Craigslist-like dating experience you’ve been looking for And the A way to donate precious body fluids in one go. What a damned deal. For just $11.11 a month, you can apparently subscribe to “premium” services, whatever those services are.

We’ve reached out to Unjected for more details about its security issues and will update this story if they respond.

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