Researchers at the firm Digital Interruption on Tuesday warned that an adult-themed virtual reality application, SinVR, exposes the names, email and other personal information via an insecure desktop application – a potentially embarrassing security lapse. The company decided to go public with the information after being frustrated in multiple efforts to responsibly disclose the vulnerability to parent company inVR, Inc., Digital Interruption researcher and founder Jahmel Harris told The Security Ledger.

Jahmel estimated that more than 19,000 records were leaked by the application, but did not have an exact count.

Source: Adult Themed Virtual Reality App spills Names, Emails of Thousands | The Security Ledger