Adult friend finder hack list
Adult Friend Finder was hacked (again) in October 2016.According to Leaked Source, which acquired a copy of the dataset, this amounts to more than 400m accounts, many with plaintext passwords, from Adult Friend Finder and associated websites.After purchasing the Starwood hotel group in 2016, Marriott identified the hackers had unauthorized access to the Starwood reservation database since 2014.The hacked data included names, addresses and passport numbers.The number of usernames and passwords we have at our disposal is growing by the day - and hackers and criminals aim to have them at their disposal too, leading many to be at risk of some of the biggest data breaches of all-time.We’ve spoken previously about the importance of preventing data breaches.reported in December 2018 that the Marriott hack was the target of a co-ordinated attempt by Chinese intelligence-gathering operators.Date: November 2016Number of affected users: 412 million What happened: Over 412 million user accounts registered across the Friend Finder Network umbrella, including Adult Friend Finder, were compromised in October 2016.
- every day, how many times do you log in to a website or smartphone app?The site was compromised with a local file inclusion exploit, which means the website's code allowed access to files on the server that aren't supposed to be public.Nearly a million accounts have the password "123456". The non-plaintext passwords were easily cracked anyway, apparently due to some roll-your-own encryption that involved lowercasing everything, SHA1ing it and going back to bed.Friend Finder Network subsequently released a statement advising that the company did “..a vulnerability that was related to the ability to access source code through an injection vulnerability." Date: May 2016Number of affected users: 360 million What happened: Users of the social networking site My Space were notified in May 2016 that their old information could be available for sale online.Time Inc., which purchased My Space in February of the same year, advised that 360 million accounts were compromised.