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Hookup and swinger site Adult Friend Finder has finally started notifying users that its website was hacked in what is the largest breach of 2016, exposing the personal information and sexual preferences of hundreds of millions of user accounts.
The site, which uses the classy tagline of “Hookup, Find Sex or Meet Someone Hot Now,” has 339 million accounts that have been compromised—including more than 15 million deleted accounts that the company never purged from its database. Also, sister adult webcam sites Cams.com, i and were hit, as was Suffice it to say that the effects of the breach could be extensive.
Another trait discovered by the security firm pointed out that the attackers did not use the compromised accounts to directly tweet or message other.
Instead, they used like tweets and follow other users with the hope that they will visit the compromised profiles out of curiosity.
Vice president Diana Ballou said in an email to only that the company “did identify and fix a vulnerability that was related to the ability to access source code through an injection vulnerability.
Friend Finder takes the security of its customer information seriously and will provide further updates as our investigation continues.” Penthouse Global Media’s Kelly Holland however made no bones about it: She told that her company was “aware of the data hack and we are waiting on Friend Finder to give us a detailed account of the scope of the breach and their remedial actions in regards to our data.” A notice was posted a couple of days later, but the parent company, Friend Finder Network, has waited a week to start actively warning customers of the issue—which it is doing by surfacing a message when a user logs in to his or her account.
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In a recent revelation, it has been discovered that more than 2,500 Twitter accounts have been compromised to send out malicious tweets to promote adult dating websites, pornographic content on the micro-blogging website.
I'm friendly with my coworkers, but its not really a "lets go fishing this weekend" kind of thing. Someone needs to create a kind of "Tinder for hobbies" app, if one does not already exist.
Perhaps it could show a list of local activities allowing you to swipe right on things you would be interested in attending, then attempts to match you with people who would also be interested in going to the same event.
This could work well for scheduled events as well as your weekend fishing example.
That would be fantastic, and definitely something I'd use.