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In his breakdown, he discovered the app has a complete lack of encryption, enabling any marginally competent hacker to access usernames, passwords, phone numbers, and even conversations inside the app.
But Salibra also found an equally puzzling set of code: A list of sexually charged phrases like “hookup buddy” and “get a room” had been flagged as “foul.” Users who attempt to enter them in a chat room will receive a warning message, either in Chinese or English depending on the app settings.
China's first foray into global cyberspace was an email (not TCP/IP based and thus technically not Internet) sent on 20 September 1987 to University of Karlsruhe.
It said "Across the Great Wall, we can reach every corner in the world" (simplified Chinese: By June 2014, there were 632 million internet users in the country and a penetration rate of 46.9%. in its global leadership in terms of installed telecommunication bandwidth in 2011.
The video appears to have first emerged on Chinese video sharing website Miaopai, before it was later shared by users on Live Leak.
It is believed that the incident took place in China, although the exact location is unknown.
Different apps might censor different words at any given time, using different methods.
Hong Kong-based entrepreneur Larry Salibra reverse-engineered the app using XCode, Apple’s developer kit.
The duo were presumably taken to the hospital to be surgically separated before the man could then be brought to the morgue.
People are able to get stuck together while having intercourse — a rare occurrence known as ‘penis captivus’, where the vagina muscles clamp down on the penis much more firmly than usual.
That’s what happens for users of Tantan, a dating app that’s popular among randy Chinese.
A pound-for-pound copy of Tinder, Tantan lets users make friends or meet potential partners by swiping left or right at a set of photos, and enabling two-way chat for every mutual match.