But until this week, Secret allowed your friends to trace every one of your posts back to you.
Hackers at Rhino Security Labs figured out a way to dupe Secret’s system.
To join Secret’s community, the app imports your contacts. It then labels which posts are from your friends.
To prevent you from tracking a particular person, Secret requires that seven of your contacts post to the network before it labels their posts.
But here’s the hack: Fill your phone’s contact list with fake people and only one real contact — your target. If you control posts coming from these dummy Secret accounts, it’s easy to spot when your real “friend” is posting. More