A flaw in porn app, SinVR, left the personal data of thousands of users of its virtual reality porn app exposed. The site has since fixed the mistake but not before thousands have been openly embarrassed.
British cybersecurity firm Digital Interruption uncovered a loophole in the SinVR app that gave it access to 20,000 user names and email addresses. SinVR thanked Digital Interruption for highlighting the issue and promised to improve security.
"Altogether, it has been a tremendous learning experience," the US-based company told tech site Alphr. "Moving forward, we are confident in our ability to stop similar attacks and will keep using a professional security service to audit our system."