crazy-blind-dateTurns out the Crazy Blind Date app we told you about yesterday wasn’t so blind after all: the Wall Street Journal claims that a bug in the app temporarily exposed users’ emails and dates of birth.

The WSJ reports that the data was available to anyone who could examine and tweak the app’s web traffic, with the user’s first name, gender and profile photo also exposed. Parent company OKCupid has since plugged the hole in the app’s API and CEO Sam Yagan said that he had seen no evidence of anyone exploiting the glitch.

Nevertheless, this is a potentially embarrassing mistake for OKCupid, which describes itself as “the fastest growing free dating site for singles” and all the more so given the somewhat sensitive nature of dating.