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Looking up bad words is fun and all, but there were better, more exciting things to see.
One of the first things I noticed was that Tantan loads a list of “foul” words that it censors.People are secretive about who they’re dating or hooking up with.Publicly broadcasting your latest love adventures can get you in trouble with friends and family. Offered the possibility of meeting a cute new boy or girl, people who otherwise care about their privacy or security of their online accounts throw their good senses to the wind.I looked up the IP address of Tantan’s server and then started watching and collecting traffic using this command: Data sent between an app and a server should be encrypted so that the dozen or more computers it passes through on its journey through the Internet can’t read it.So, naturally, I expected to see a bunch of encrypted, unreadable data passing through my router between my phone and Tantan’s server.Next up, I decided to see what sort of information the app was sending and how well it was protected.
I used the program to see what sort of data was flying around between the Tantan running on my phone and Tantan’s server.
One thing I was a bit disappointed about was that being in Hong Kong instead of the mainland, the app’s target market, there were few people nearby to meet. After playing around with the app for a few minutes, I decide to investigate if the beauty of the app was for real or only skin deep.
My first step was to plug my phone into my laptop while running Apple’s Xcode developer tool.
This is the tool developers use to build apps for Apple’s products.
One of Xcode’s features allows you to view the console log of your phone.
Much to my surprise, the information sent between my phone and Tantan’s server somewhere on the other side of the Great Firewall deep in Mainland China was completely readable.