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Casual-dating website Adult Friend Finder has been hacked, an investigation from Channel 4 News has found — and the personal details of millions of users have been leaked.With 63 million global users, Adult Friend Finder is one of the largest dating and casual encounter networks online.(For reference, there were an estimated 50 million Tinder users in late 2014.) But 3.9 million users' accounts have allegedly been leaked online, and are circulating in spreadsheets on forums.Together, these pieces of information put together a comprehensive (and potentially highly compromising) picture of the victims' lives.“We cannot speculate further about this issue, but rest assured, we pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected.” The response also confirmed that law enforcement agencies had been contacted, and that Adult Friend Finder was working with forensics experts at They have also launched an internal investigation and disabled username search results that would return details on anyone affected by the leak.But how did they communicate this information to their members? If you’ve read this far, there is a good chance that you have used Adult Friend Finder or one of its subordinates over the years.
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Typical information stored by Adult Friend Finder includes your credit card details (number, expiration date, name and billing address) and things like your age, height, eye color, weight, physical attributes and even your sexual interests.
Not only has the data been hacked, it has also been put up for sale for ,000 worth of Bitcoins.Please keep in mind that the men out-number the females by a factor of 10.