Adult Friend Finder, one of the largest online dating sites, may have been breached more than two months ago, and the sensitive files—include names, ages, email addresses, zip codes and more—are apparently still online. British broadcaster Channel 4 reported Thursday that the website had been breached, although information regarding the breach had been trickling out in a low-key way for some time. FriendFinder Networks, a California-based company that owns Adult Friend Finder and other dating websites, said in an advisory that it has contacted law enforcement and is investigating. Adult Friend Finder, which was founded in , has more than 40 million members, according to its website. FriendFinder Networks says it has more than million registered users across some 40, websites in its network. The breach could be especially sensitive since Adult Friend Finder specializes in more risque types of meetings.
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. 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. Beyond that, 62 million accounts from Cams. The exposed data revealed some interesting habits among swingers: for example, Hotmail is the most popular e-mail account among users of the site, closely followed by Yahoo mail. According to CSO Online, the hack was made via a Local File Inclusion exploit , which "allow an attacker to include files located elsewhere on the server into the output of a given application.
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