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“Apple Id accounts you can use Tor to login perfectly safe!
Good method so far use ‘Find My phone,'” wrote Ping, a moderator on the forum.
This was absolutely not the first hack of Adult Friend Finder.
I am personally aware of seven previous hacks and there are rumors of dozens, if not hundreds of prior hacks. The hacks that reach public awareness are extremely rare.
Organizations like Adult Friend Finder should gain the necessary endpoint and network visibility needed to protect their customers’ personal data and “hook up” with a company like Ziften.
The 14 largest Megachurches in the world range from the Lakewood Church in Houston Texas (45,000 Members) to the Yoido Church in Seoul Korea (253,000 Members). It is comforting to note that the pastors of only two of these churches were members of Adult Friend Finder, (the online dating service and swinger personals community website for Friend Finder, Inc.), and both were searching for anonymous gay hookups. Of the fortune 500 corporations, fewer than 1,420 executives (directors, VPs and above) were members of Adult Friend Finder.
I am not a top notch hacker, but I did spend most of my life attempting to stop hackers from accessing or damaging data. As part of my job, I had to know how hackers did their jobs and became moderately good at it.
The leaked information included credit card numbers, usernames, passwords, birth dates, physical addresses and personal — you know — preferences.Of the 535 members of congress, only 16 Congressmen and two Senators were members of this adult website. Another 230,000 or so rank and file employees of fortune 500 companies were also members – following in the footsteps of their admired superiors no doubt. Of the 2,400,000 odd employees of the Federal Government, we find a measly 120,000 or so who were members. When I tell you, however, that over 90 percent of all these members accessed the website, perused photographs (mostly naked or semi-naked), sent texts and emails and shared fascinating sexual fantasies with uncountable numbers of people while on the job and while using government or corporate computers, you might raise an eyebrow or two.The above tragically fascinating information comes from a well publicized hack of Adult Friendfinder, accomplished last week by “ROR[RG]”, a hacker living in the beautiful and magical city of Bangkok, Thailand.And there is some evidence that ne’er-do-wells are actively trading this data and planning to abuse it for financial gain.
Within hours after data on tens (if not hundreds) of thousands of m Spy users leaked onto the Deep Web, miscreants on the “Hell” forum (reachable only via Tor) were busy extracting countless Apple i Tunes usernames and passwords from the archive.
He wanted his friend to get paid, so he went public.