Passwords for adult dating

Leaked reports that these emails were found in the format: [email protected]@deleted1

In addition to Adult Friend Finder, the hack affected Friend Finder Network’s and

(We heard about the analysis via The Register.) In second place was the barely better 123456789, followed by the predictable qwerty.

The admin said the hack was in retaliation for a friend who was owed money.

Throughout 2016, we saw numerous major data breaches leaking people’s login details online.

Some were new — like the hack of adult dating site Adult Friend Finder — while others, like Linked In, were years-old, but the data only recently surfaced online.

1×0123 posted the image on Twitter on November 7 and had his account suspended a couple days later.

The hacker has reported security holes on other adult entertainment sites like Pornhub, which called his claims a hoax, and most recently, Red Tube.

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