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The Kardashian's apps aren't as secure as we'd like them to be!

The Kardashian-Jenner clan launched their new websites and apps last week, and hackers have already got their hands on the apps!

If you’re not too sure what we’re talking about, Kim, Khloe, Kylie and Kendall all launched their own apps and websites, giving you beauty, health and fashion tips for Dh11 a month.

If you’re a Kourtney fan, don’t worry! Hers is on its way!

Clever internet geeks decided to find out how easy it was to get into the website, and within minutes the hacker was able to see all the users that signed up to Kylie’s app, with all of their details on show!

Luckily for us (We’ve downloaded all the apps) the hacker just wanted to check what kind of details the sites were collecting and didn’t take advantage of all of the data sat in front of him!

The hacker said

“Just for fun, I decided to un-minify this file to see what kind of data they were collecting from users and other metrics they may be tracking. I now had access to the first names, last name, and email addresses of the 663,270 people who signed up for Kylie Jenner’s website. I then noticed that I could do the same API call across each of the websites and return the same exact data for each site. I also had the ability to create / destroy users, photos, videos, and more.”

He also discovered that way more people were interested in Kylie’s website than anything else:

User Stats 

Kylie Jenner: 663,270 Users

Kim Kardashian: 80,679 Users

Kendall Jenner: 50,756 Users

Khloe Kardashian: 96,635 Users

Total Users: 891,340

Don’t stress if you’re a user of one of these apps or websites! Instead of using this information for evil, Alaxic let the developers know about the problems so they could fix them.