Adult friend finder emails
In a statement, Adult Friend Finder parent company Friend Finder said that they understand the seriousness of the situation.
“We have already begun working closely with law enforcement and have launched a comprehensive investigation with the help of leading third-party forensics expert,” the company said in a statement.
Everything from email and home addresses, to sexual preferences and whether the user was looking for relationships outside of their marriages have been lifted.
This includes people who thought they deleted their accounts.
Adult Friend Finder users are finding themselves exposed in ways they never dreamed of when they signed up for the online hooking up service.
Neither method is considered secure by any stretch of the imagination.'" Among the leaked accounts are some FFN should not necessarily have had to lose in the first place.
This time, email addresses, passwords, dates of last visits, browser information, IP addresses, and site membership status were revealed, reports The Guardian, citing data breach monitoring service Leaked Source.
Last year's breach also included users' dates of birth, postal codes, sexual preferences, and whether they were seeking extramarital affairs.
Adult dating service company Friend Finder Network has reportedly been hacked, with over 412 million accounts, email addresses, and passwords from their websites made available on criminal marketplaces.
Notably, the database does not include more detailed personal information, but could still be used to confirm whether a person was a user of the service.
, which obtained a portion of the database and confirmed its legitimacy, the leaked information "does not appear to contain sexual preference data, unlike the 2015 breach." However, the site was able to see account usernames, emails, passwords, the last login, IP addresses, browser information, and other information.