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Hack into dating sites

Choosing the right password for your online dating profile is very important.

Since its launch in 2014 as a website, Truly Madly, according to a Tech Crunch report in March this year, has “reached 200,000 downloads...” with a females forming a third of its ever expanding user base.

That month, Truly Madly finished a Series A funding round that saw it raise $5.6 million.

With dating sites (and apps) coming under the hackers’ radar, here are five such platforms Indian users should be wary of.

Besides apps like Tinder and sites like Ok Cupid, which have emerged as popular options among Indian users, there are several indigenous apps like Truly Madly, Thrill, Waltzz, Krush, Footloose No More, Sirf Coffee and Woo, which are gaining popularity among users.

It was later acquired by Internet media congolomerate Inter Active Corp (IAC) as part of its “The Match Group” division, which owns several popular online dating sites including, Twoo, Tinder and Speed Date.

As of June, Ok Cupid has nearly 10.15 million unique monthly visitors.

New Delhi: Earlier this week, a hacker group named “Impact Week” hacked Ashley Madison, the dating site for cheaters, and in the process, compromised user data, pictures, credit card information and sexually explicit chats.