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A Grindr spokesman told Pink News: “Grindr is definitely aware of spambot activity and security improvements are a top priority for us.

These accounts weren’t just spamming him, they were sending somewhat explicit messages in an attempt to entice him to join a private webcam chat with a 22- or 23-year-old woman, depending on which of the six porn bots he engaged with. If you’re unfamiliar, Play Station Network (PSN) and Xbox Live (XBL) both have messaging platforms that allow users to interact with one another.

It’s a bit ungainly to type on a controller, but they have (or if chat is enabled), children could be susceptible to receiving these messages and risking exposure to pornographic content before they’re old enough to understand what they’re looking at.

Once you throw in underage kids and teens potentially being targeted for this kind of messaging, it veers off into dangerous terrain.

Several Pink News readers in the UK have reported conversations with what they thought were real guys, only to realise that they were bots.

An Internet bot, also known as a bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks over the Internet.

In this instance the software would lure users to a malicious web address in an attempt to install a virus on the device being used.

Users pointed out that one way to spot a bot is that their height is often listed as under 3 foot The bots, after sometimes convincingly carrying out a conversation, try to lure the user into clicking on a spam link to a fake webcam site.

Some readers wrote in to point out that the bots often have a very small number listed under height, usually just over two feet.

But recently, it was set up differently, allowing him to talk to people he knew about helps ensure everyone has a safe, secure, and enjoyable experience, and any activity that violates these terms may result in enforcement action.

We encourage anyone who receives an unsolicited or spam message to , which is something that means a great deal to me as a parent, it’s creepy.

Keeping kids safe online is a parental (and sometimes ) imperative.