Security advice

Protect your identity.

Most people would not tell a stranger their full name, phone number, email address or other sensitive personal information (including bank account details), so be careful when posting this information on your profile . Be careful to reveal your identity, this is a smart decision when you speak in Fainbow. If you decide to take the chat one step further and call or text someone on the phone, you may also want to use a service such as Skype, which allows you to block it easily.


Do not believe everything you see.

A photo can’t always be trusted; the person may have taken someone else’s photo or found one somewhere. Also, keep in mind that the photo that person sent you may be outdated, edited or retouched.


Do not rush into things.

Don’t be rushed, and don’t rush the other person. Share your location only when you feel comfortable, and don’t feel pressured if the other person has already sent you his location. Agree to meet only when you both are comfortable with each other, and consider meeting in a public place.


Honesty is the best policy.

If you start to lie, eventually you will be trapped. Do not fatigue and change: it is the surest way for things to end badly. Fainbow is not the place to explore your fantasies of being a different person. This is not fair to the Fainbow community, which thrives on honest representations.


Tell a friend.

Make sure that a person responsible for your trust knows who you are going to meet, where you are going and when you plan to return.


Report any attacks or threats to law enforcement.

If things go wrong, report it to the police. Give them all the facts. If you do not report this person, he in all likelihood will do it again to someone else. You always have the right to say “no” and have it respected.


Always go with your instinct.

Don’t ignore your instincts. Your first instinct is usually the best instinct. Don’t go against your feelings — listen to them. If your gut tells you that something is wrong, cut it short and get out of there. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.


Keep in mind that other users of the Fainbow application can determine your location.

Fainbow uses the location of your mobile device to calculate the distance of other users, to allow you to identify the relative distance to other users and so that other users can identify your relative distance from them. Any application that uses relative distance information has an inherent risk that your actual location can be determined, through sophisticated attacks or by a user accessing the application from multiple locations while staying in the same location. Fainbow STILL DOES NOT OFFER THE OPTION to hide your “distance from” information, but it will do so in future updates. This means that other users can still estimate your “distance from” and, depending on how many other users are in the area that reveal their “distance from”, determine your location.

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