Sex Crimes

400 Million Accounts Stolen From AdultFriendFinder, The “World’s Largest Sex & Swinger Community”

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Swingers across the nation are running scared today.

Over 412 million accounts have been exposed following an October hack of  email addresses and passwords collected over the last two decades and distributed across six adult websites (including Penthouse.com and the gay-oriented OutPersonals.com).

According to LeakedSource, the majority of accounts compromised during the massive data breach came from AdultFriendFinder, a company that touts itself as the “world’s largest sex and swinger community.”

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The site — which features the kicky tagline “hookup, find sex or meet someone hot now” — lets you couple up with members of the same-sex or opposite sex, depending on what the hell you feel like getting up to.

FriendFinder vice president and senior counsel Diana Ballou issued the following statement:

Over the past several weeks, FriendFinder has received a number of reports regarding potential security vulnerabilities from a variety of sources,” Diana Ballou, FriendFinder vice president and senior counsel, told ZDNet. “While a number of these claims proved to be false extortion attempts, we did identify and fix a vulnerability that was related to the ability to access source code through an injection vulnerability.”

This is, in fact, the second time the site’s been hacked in the last two years.

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In May, 3.5 million AdultFriendFinder accounts were exposed, once again making it tricky for everybody to swing in peace and harmony.