The online dating world has been lit ablaze by the location-aware mobile dating app known as Tinder. However, not all Tinder profiles are real people — some are malicious bots. Tinder's popularity probably has a lot to do with its ease of use, and it seems just as easy for bots to use, too. The app has become a target for scammers attempting to con users out of money, or getting them to install malware so that the scammers can make money via malware affiliate marketing programs and other methods. How can a Tinder user know whether the photo they're swiping right on is a legitimate person looking for love, or a scammer in disguise? There are a few tell-tale signs that the person you matched with may not truly be who they say they are.
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