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Popular iOS app QuizUp is full of security holes, fix on the way

26
Nov
2013

In a post titled Our Responsibility as Developers, developer Kyle Richter highlights a number of flaws, many of which could expose both your and your friends information to random users. Richter is (intentionally) a little vague about how and when information is transmitted, but it appears the app sends full names, Facebook IDs, email addresses, pictures, genders, birthdays, and even location data in plaintext over SSL.

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