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It's significantly larger than the hack of extramarital affairs dating website Ashley Madison back in 2015, which saw nearly 40 million user accounts leaked to the world.
Significantly less information about users has been leaked, however — while Ashley Madison included everything from photos and sexual preferences to addresses, the Friend Finder breach is limited to more basic information like email addresses, passwords, and registration dates.
Websites are hacked daily and their data is stolen by hackers.
This data often contains the personal information of the registered users of these sites, including passwords (which are often encrypted, but not always), aims to raise awareness regarding database breaches by providing as much necessary information as possible regarding security breaches.
When signing up for an account, customers must enter their gender, which gender they're interested in hooking up with and what kind of sexual situations they desire.
Suggestions Adult Friendfinder provides for the "tell others about yourself" field include, "I like my partners to tell me what to do in the bedroom," "I tend to be kinky" and "I'm willing to try some light bondage or blindfolds." The hack, which took place in March, was first uncovered by independent IT security consultant Bev Robb on her blog Teksecurity a month ago. It wasn't until this week, when England's Channel 4 News reported on the hack, that Adult Friend Finder was named as the victim.
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After combing through the database, the firm found the real number was much smaller, but some companies have still been badly hit.
The cache reportedly contains 57 million accounts, affecting a majority of the service's 64 million active users.
In its 31-year history, home shopping TV channel QVC has always faced the limitations of time -- just 168 hours a week to sell its products.
Here's how real-time data feeds have changed the company's marketing efforts.