The Online Porn Histories Of 400 Million People Have Been Hacked

As the world continues to become more consumed by work, leaving little time to get out and enjoy life, it can be near impossible to find someone you want to spend your life with. In order to help those people out as well as plenty more, online dating sites were created. Eventually those dating sites transformed into hookup sites and these days we’ve got a pleasant mix of the two. There’s nothing wrong with human sexuality to begin with, so there’s not really an issue if you’re just looking for a fun night with another like-minded individual. Many people have at some point turned to AdultFriendFinder.com, generally because of all the late night commercials you’ll see while catching up on a few shows.

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It turns out that AdultFriendFinder wasn’t the only one to be hit either, according to LeakedSource the hack was against the site’s parent company Friend Finder Networks, who also run Penthouse.com and Cams.com. There’s more than a tidbit of personal information for most of those accounts and now the users are in jeopardy. The hackers got users names, email addresses, passwords and there’s no telling what all else, but right now it’s yet to be confirmed whether or not payment details were also stolen.

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The Friend Finder Network boasts as being the largest sex and swinger community in the world but apparently their security was a little lacklustre. Approximately 5.2 million accounts were from the U.K., and it was discovered the hackers even managed to get a hold of a few user’s purchasing patterns. If you want to help someone lose their identity just have them sign up for a sex site.

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This attack actually happened back in October with the total amount of lost accounts coming close to the Yahoo! incident and completely overshadowing the Ashley Madison scandal, and we’re still not sure what all is going to come from it. One surprise LeakSource did manage to unveil was that 15 million deleted accounts still remained on the company servers, which kind of makes deleting an account seem pointless.

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The company has yet to take responsibility for their lack of security, but they have stated that the vulnerability was taken care of. It’s amazing how none of these companies will fork a little extra cash for some proper online security when your users are posting financial details yet are quick to lay the blame elsewhere when the worst comes to be.