IMPORTANT: DANGER! DANGER! DANGER! Proceed with reading this article and/or partaking in any action on TeliportMe’s 360 website or mobile application with extreme caution and at your own risk. I highly recommend that you DO NOT visit TeliportMe’s 360 website or PhotoTour.in directly. By the time you read this someone else may have already used this information to exploit the site and/or its visitors. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
About a week ago, TechCrunch discussed a panorama application for Android. The application is called 360 and it was created by Vineet Devaiah‘s company TeliportMe. It’s received praise from some other reputablesources as well and has even managed to attract about 30,000 users; but as will become more apparent over time I love to dig into the security of these sorts of apps. Unfortunately for TeliportMe, their web security is not up to snuff.
So, remember that OneSheet site allthebloggers have been talking about (it’s basically a site for Bands to aggregate all their social media into one page and then add a background or bio for a little extra flavor)? Since those articles were written they’ve amassed over 1000 followers on Twitter. Well, I tried it out and the security is completely piss poor. Any respectable band that does not want their reputation tarnished should absolutely stay away from this site until they fix the glaring security holes. Continue reading to see why this site’s security is ridiculous.