Tinder app allows you to find dates nearby your location within a few miles and connects you with them, but a vulnerability allowed the attacker to potentially pinpoint your exact location to within 100 feet.
Security Researchers at Include Security discovered that Tinder GPS vulnerability making members vulnerable to hackers.
Using GPS data collected by Smartphone, one could triangulate to determine where a user is located. Researchers built their own private application called TinderFinder, that could locate a person simply by entering a member's Tinder identification number.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad said in a statement that it implemented security measures "shortly after being contacted" by Include Security, and did not respond to further inquiries from the company because it does not usually share the specifics of Tinder's security measures. "Our users' privacy and security continue to be our highest priority," said Tinder.