Data millions stolen sex sites

Data millions stolen sex sites

World November 14, 2016 09:30

- Hackers have stolen the data of more than 412 million customers of a few large dating and sex sites. Among them may also Dutch, because Dutch had 3.8 million people set to use language. That report researcher LeakedSource and tech site ZDNet.

The theft hit the sites Adult FriendFinder. com, Cams. com, Penthouse. com, Strip Show. com and iCams. com. Owned by FriendFinder Networks.

Among the stolen accounts are approximately 15.8 million deleted profiles. That users have unsubscribed, but their details were kept behind the scenes.

According LeakedSource had 78 301 users with an email address that ends. mil. That means they are employed by the US military. Thousands of others mailed over. gov, the code of the US government. A quarter of a million users were registered over live. of Microsoft nl.

Many users were found to have very weak passwords. Thus them logged nearly one million people in the code 123456. Also, 12345, 123456789, 12345678, password and qwerty were widely used. But there were seventeen people the idea came to use 'brazilianfartporn.

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