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Hackers steal user data from dating site Adult FriendFinder
Adult Friend Finder, an American dating site for people to ‘casual sex’ looking, is cracked by the British Channel 4. Attackers would thereby the data of 3.9 million Adult FriendFinder members have been captured.
Among the captured data would next like personal names and email addresses are also given the sexual preference of users. Would also specify whether users are looking for an extramarital relationship. That says Channel 4, which claims that the attackers discuss the hack on a forum which is only accessible via anonymizing software.
An attacker called CRP [RG] would have the information posted on the forum. These would be for data of 3.9 million of the 63 million members of the casual-dating website. Even members who had removed their account are in the database, says Channel 4.
Attackers were at the forum have stated to want to bombard victims with spam mail; one of the members of the website whose information appeared in the leaked database says facing Channel 4 already have received mails containing viruses. It is also a chance that they’re trying to commit identity fraud with the collected information.
Strikingly, the percentage of women in the database. Although Adult Friend Finder users on its front page with photos of attractive women trying to entice to join, there will be veViewing:-158
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