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Web-surfers who lately went to 'Plenty of Fish' dating website possibly have had sinister spyware planted onto their PCs that was programmed with monitoring every keystroke of the surfers, published uk dated August 21, 2015.
The purpose behind the activity was to enable hackers view anything the user typed, including the login credentials he entered for accessing his Internet banking account.
While it's not as feature-rich and easy-to-use as our Editors' Choice, Match, it's a viable alternative for singles on a budget who are looking for love.
Founded in 2003, POF is one of the more mature dating services and predates the smartphone app era.
The malware just grabs end-users' usernames and passwords that they enter for accessing their banking site, the researcher states. Malwarebytes has told of the problem to Plenty of Fish.
Other asks include your income and information about your parents and siblings.Rather than ease you in one question at a time, POF hits you up with a parade of questions on a single screen, which makes the signup process a bit less user friendly compared with competing apps like Match and eharmony that have a more streamlined, if exhaustive, process.Our other Editors' Choice, Tinder, is geared more toward the hookup scene, and prioritizes photos during signup.An extensive CAPTCHA sequence similar to, but not as extensive as, the one you'll go through signing up for Ok Cupid follows.(Since the two apps share the same parent company, the use of the same tools isn't surprising.) You then face a barrage of dating preference questions similar to the ones other apps ask you, but a few interesting ones stood out.