So tell us single ladies and gentlemen–would you try it?Or do you need to chat a bit before meeting in person? Unless you're one of my girlfriends, you probably know nothing about who I've dated or who I'm interested in. The moment where I decided to duh-lete my account was when I saw one of my Facebook friends (who has a gf btw! You see, I like to keep my dating life pretty private. Urasek began getting so many messages that she documented them on Tumblr and has now chronicled her dating experience in her new book, in which Ok Cupid co-founder Christian Rudder analyzed the data from a one-week period and found that Urasek was the most sought-after straight woman, with a total of 245 messages during that one week alone. Use a Selfie: “Lighting is everything when you’re taking a selfie.“I still go on bad dates [and] I still don’t get texts returned from guys but, yeah, I get a lot of people asking me,‘Why do you get so many messages? Natural light is best and obviously the easiest to find.Valentine’s Day may have you looking for love, but you might want to think twice before firing up your favorite dating app.Researchers at the Israeli cybersecurity firm Checkmarx recently found security flaws in the Android version of Ok Cupid that, among other things, could have let cybercriminals send users missives disguised as in-app messages. Before that, however, users could have been tricked into losing control of their accounts or had information stolen and then used for identity theft or credit card scams, according to the researchers.
Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.“There was absolutely no way for an unsuspecting user to know that this wasn’t Ok Cupid, but, instead, a page made to look like Ok Cupid,” says Erez Yalon, Checkmarx’s head of security research.This isn’t the first time Yalon’s team has found security problems in a dating app. Time collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.