Sex bot chats
According to research conducted by Inbar Raz of Perimeter X, it’s an incredible 70%!
There’s a lot of guidelines on that, and even an interview with Tinder CEO Sean Rid in which he describes what kinds of photos can actually get you the most matches.
And the final destination was titled “This IS NOT a dating site” and carried the following warning: “You will see nude photos.
So, chatting with yet another bot, he didn’t even pretend he was talking to a real person.A list of shady domain names was associated with the IP.The websites’ names were related to sex, or Tinder, or something along those lines.Raz created a disposable Skype account and chatted with the bot in Skype.After another scripted dialogue, the bot asked Raz to create an account on a photo-sharing website.Fast-forward a couple of months and Raz was attending yet another conference, the Chaos Communication Congress in Hamburg, Germany.This time, one of his bot matches had a link in its profile that led to a website titled “Better than Tinder,” which featured large nude photos right on the main page.Turned out, not very: the chats went by hard-coded script, no matter what questions and answers the researcher provided.And of course, they all ended either with an invitation to continue the conversation in Skype or with a link.They turned out to be combinations of stolen identities: There were links to Facebook and Instagram accounts that didn’t match the names and pictures in the Tinder profiles.A few months passed and Inbar Raz went to another security conference in Denver, Colorado. He got another bunch of Tinder matches, again mostly fake.