A cybersecurity organization discovered vulnerabilities within video-sharing app TikTok, Bloomberg reports. Check Point Software Technologies found flaws that could allow hackers to access personal information, delete videos and send messages from the TikTok app. "There is often a fine line between fun clips to private, even intimate assets being compromised while trusting to be under the protection from the apps we use," Check Point wrote in the report detailing its findings. TikTok developers deployed fixes to patch up the vulnerabilities after Check Point alerted the company of its findings. (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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