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LinkedIn Ditches Feature That Was a 'Dream For Attackers' 70

Posted by timothy
from the remember-me-from-the-slaughterhouse-internship? dept.
angry tapir writes "LinkedIn is shutting down Intro, its recently launched mobile service for connecting people over email, that raised security concerns. Intro was launched last October and described at the time as a 'dream come true for hackers' The service was made for the iPhone, and was designed to grab LinkedIn profile information and insert it into emails received on phones. The service displayed that information to the recipient from the email's sender if the sender was also on LinkedIn."
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LinkedIn Ditches Feature That Was a 'Dream For Attackers'

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