Social engineering attack via Tinder almost compromised the UK’s F-35 fighter jets

Social engineering attack via Tinder almost compromised the UK’s F-35 fighter jets

Social engineering attack via Tinder almost compromised F-35 jets

In yet another incident of state-sponsored or lone wolf hackers attempting to gain insight on the UK's top-secret military assets, a fraudster recently tried to honeytrap a serving RAF airman on Tinder after hijacking the Tinder account of an RAF airwoman.

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