Adult friend finder leak
In total nearly 340 million users accounts on "the world's largest sex and swinger community" are said to have been exposed.
Still, those passwords were hashed using SHA-1, which is considered unsafe.It wasn't clear if the company was referring to the local file inclusion flaw.The sites breached would appear to include Adult Friend Finder.com, i Cams.com, Cams.com, and Stripshow.com, the last of which redirects to the definitely not-safe-for-work playwithme[.]com, run by Friend Finder subsidiary Steamray.Over 7 million accounts on adult site were also released.The scale of the supposed breach is far greater than the 2015 hack of cheating site Ashley Madison, which saw 35 million members publicly exposed.The person who found that flaw has gone by the nicknames 1x0123 and Revolver on Twitter, which has suspended the accounts.CSOonline reported that the person posted a redacted image of a server and a database schema generated on Sept. In a statement supplied to ZDNet, Friend Finder Networks confirmed that it had received reports of potential security problems and undertook a review.The latest Friend Finder Networks' breach would only be rivaled in sensitivity by the breach of Avid Life Media's Ashley Madison extramarital dating site, which exposed 36 million accounts, including customers names, hashed passwords and partial credit card numbers (see Ashley Madison Slammed by Regulators).The first clue that Friend Finder Networks might have another problem came in mid-October.Today's computers can rapidly guess hashes that may match the real passwords.Leaked Source says it has cracked most of the SHA-1 hashes.