Swinger site hacked passwords

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The private information of more than million adult website customers has been compromised in the largest data breach ever recorded, according to reports. Friend Finder Network Inc reportedly had million of its accounts hacked last month, the majority from Adult Friend Finder, a website that describes itself as "the world's largest sex and swinger community". Email addresses, passwords, dates of last visits, browser information, IP addresses and site membership status across sites run by the network were revealed, claims Leaked Source , a data breach monitoring website. The leaked database also included the details of what appear to be almost 16 million deleted accounts, according to Leaked Source. It is unclear at this time who is responsible for the alleged hack but it bears a striking similarity to an attack against Adult Friend Finder in May , in which login details, emails, dates of birth, post codes, sexual preferences and details of whether customers were seeking extramarital affairs were all leaked.

Adult sex website hacked in one of largest data breaches ever

AdultFriendFinder hacked: million accounts exposed | Ars Technica

AdultFriendFinder has been hacked, revealing the account details of more than million people who would undoubtedly prefer to keep their identities private on the "world's largest sex and swinger community" site. The hacked database—which appears to be one of the largest ever single data breaches in history—apparently contains account details for numerous adult properties belonging to the California-based Friend Finder Network, and includes customers' e-mail addresses, IP addresses last used to log-in to the site, and passwords. According to data breach notification site LeakedSource. It claimed to have cracked 99 percent "of all available passwords" which "are now visible in plaintext. Around million accounts were stolen from AdultFriendFinder. More than 15 million accounts which users thought they had deleted but which weren't purged from the database were also hit.

AdultFriendFinder network hack exposes 412 million accounts

Intimate information of around million accounts linked to Adult Friend Finder, including those of five million Britons, may be at risk, according to a report by monitoring group Leaked Source. Information including emails, passwords and purchasing habits over a year period is said to have been hoovered up — even from deleted accounts. Parent company Friend Finder Networks also owns adult webcam sites which are said to have been affected too. You have landed on the Bailiwick Express website, however it appears you are based in.
Last year it was Ashley Madison that exposed the accounts of millions of users. This time it's Adult Friend Finder and it's a massive hack, million users to be exact. The adult dating and hookup website, AdultFriendFinder and it's other adult websites, including Penthouse were hacked in the last 30 days, and it includes the email addresses and passwords of accounts over the last 20 years according to LeakedSource , who published details on the breach yesterday. It's unknown how many of these accounts belong to citizens of Minnesota, the number of users is likely to be fairly high considering over million accounts were exposed. We're not known as a big "swinger" state, but you don't need to be in that category to sign up for an account on any of their websites.