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Major TikTok vulnerability could have allowed hackers access users’ private information

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In a statement, TikTok head of security Luke Deshotels said “TikTok is committed to protecting user data… Like many organizations, we encourage responsible security researchers to privately disclose zero day vulnerabilities to us… Before public disclosure, Check Point agreed that all reported issues were patched in the latest version of our app. We hope that this successful resolution will encourage future collaboration with security researchers.”

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