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Leaked sent Vocativ a sample of the hack, and the data contains usernames, emails, passwords, preferred language, and other data.
Leaked said it was not releasing the full data “for various reasons.” Asked to explain how it obtained the data, a spokesperson told Vocativ in an email: “ The combined hacks include 5,650 registered email addresses and 78.301 ones.
Leaked Source.com, a site that collects and processes so-called “megabreaches,” giant hacks of user data, announced Sunday that hackers have stolen and shared nearly 340 million Adult Friend Finder accounts.
Like Ashley Madison, a hookup site for spouses looking to cheat, Adult Friend Finder brands itself as more of a hook up site than a place to meet dates: Its tagline reads: “Hookup, find sex, or meet someone special now.” Hackers also breached the larger Friend Finder network, which includes accounts from Cams.com, i Cams.com, and —now called Play With — as well as and one other unknown domain.
Forbes reported in 2013 that Friend Finder Networks had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, and had not turned a profit since 2008.
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LONDON — If you have a webcam, baby monitor or home security camera, you should probably change your password now.
A Russian website is collecting live footage from homes and businesses across the world and posting it online.
Adult Friend Finder, one of the largest hookup sites on the internet, is reportedly the victim of a massive hack.The site has 500 streams from within the UK alongside listings for 250 other countries, according to the BBC.These include feeds from a gym in Manchester, a bedroom in Birmingham and an office in Leicester.In total, the combined breaches contain 412 million accounts.
It’s the second time Adult Friend Finder was hacked since last year, when the sexual preferences of over 3.5 million accounts, among other details, were made public.Britain's Information Commissioner's Office has warned of the breach and posted guidelines on its site.