Dating Pro digest: Unusual dating industry projects from GDI; Hello Group Inc has summed up its financial results; Software engineer discovered vulnerability in Bumble app; Antitrust bill will save buyers money.

Sep 28, 2021

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Dating industry news digest:

  • Unusual dating industry projects from GDI;
  • Hello Group Inc has summed up its financial results;
  • Software engineer discovered vulnerability in Bumble app;
  • Antitrust bill will save buyers money.

 

 

Unusual dating industry projects from GDI

Global Dating Insights offers to pay attention to socially oriented applications that take into account the interests of users from different groups. There are many reasons to show your photo on a dating site in a blurry way: inclusive, belonging to the LGBTQ community.

Himoon startup provides such a service.

The Entwine app is designed for those wishing to exclude sexual intercourse from romantic relationships.

Eden connects couples who are committed to Christian values.

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Hello Group Inc has summed up its financial results

In the second quarter of 2021, Hello Group Inc and social platform Momo saw net profit growth. According to the CEO, despite the decline in net revenue, the company has strengthened its position in the dating industry market.

This happened due to strategic priorities: the main efforts and resources are directed to long-term promising projects. The leading sources of income were video services, virtual gifts, mobile marketing, new subscriptions, and additional services.

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Software engineer discovered vulnerability in Bumble app

An employee of the Stripe payment system through a bug finder reported that the Bumble interface was not secure enough.

The company’s privacy policy hides the exact location of users for their safety. By creating two fictitious profiles, the software engineer figured out that a potential criminal could calculate the exact location of his victim. It also turned out to be available bypassing signature verification and paid access.

The vulnerabilities were repaired within three days. The company paid a fee of $2000 for the information provided.

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Antitrust bill will save buyers money

The bill to limit the powers of Apple and Google passed in the interests of buyers and developers of small companies.

After its entry into force, users have the opportunity to choose payment systems on their own and not pay a thirty percent commission.

Apple and Google intend to challenge the Senate decision, arguing that the weakening of market control will entail the emergence of unscrupulous sellers.

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