In fact, \u003Ca target=\"_blank\" href=\"https:\u002F\u002Fteksecurityblog.com\u002Fblog\u002F2015\u002F04\u002F13\u002Fhacked-how-safe-is-your-data-on-adult-social-sites\u002F\"\u003Eshe had even wrote\u003C\u002Fa\u003E about it on her blog in April.At the time she didn't say that Adult Friend Finder was the victim, but only said she had found a \"treasure trove of hacked data\" from an \"adult social networking site\" on an \"excursion\" through the dark web.A one night stand, a swinger, a fuck buddy, someone looking for BDSM, webcam sex, or just somebody interested in regular 'ol dating?
But then they replied with a screenshot of his Facebook friends, and personal details from his website. Security software companies, who may have an interest in exaggerating the threat, say they have detected vast numbers of attacks.
According to one, there were more than 200,000 ransomware attacks in Australia in April-May alone this year.
Only then did Adult Friend Finder \u003Ca target=\"_blank\" href=\" the breach on its website.
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\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cpicture class=\"article__image\"\u003E\u003Csource srcset=\"https:\u002F\u002com\u002Fimages\u002Fblank.png\" data-srcset=\"https:\u002F\u002Flh4.googleusercontent.com\u002F_K_bi-plu Tid Rmt R4B0j Jwtv3Cd6Mhoet Bn AOZuca Mwa Nu9QTUND-445e CLNv NJAXODtf Nm Hvnk62Vk IQ7h Du NKj C54OEN8F3a Dhxb R6y ULp OUe PBc Txpsns F__o0T-Ze2ir Ygg\"\u003E\u003Cimg src=\"https:\u002F\u002com\u002Fimages\u002Fblank.png\" alt=\"hell-background.jpg\" data-src=\"https:\u002F\u002Flh4.googleusercontent.com\u002F_K_bi-plu Tid Rmt R4B0j Jwtv3Cd6Mhoet Bn AOZuca Mwa Nu9QTUND-445e CLNv NJAXODtf Nm Hvnk62Vk IQ7h Du NKj C54OEN8F3a Dhxb R6y ULp OUe PBc Txpsns F__o0T-Ze2ir Ygg\"\u003E\u003C\u002Fpicture\u003E\u003Cp\u003EFor more than a month, almost no one outside of the Hell forum really seemed to notice what was clearly a big data breach, with the potential of exposing the private lives of millions of people, some of whom were likely married or in a stable relationship—making them \u003Ca target=\"_blank\" href=\" targets for extortion\u003C\u002Fa\u003E.