Another day, another data breach -- and this time, it could mean a different kind of trouble for some of the victims.
You may remember when the sex site Ashley Madison was hit by a hack in 2015 that exposed the information of 40 million users -- well, that was nothing compared to a recent breach that's 13 times the size of that one.
Unlike the massive hack in 2015, this one "does not appear to contain sexual preference data," according to ZDNet.
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The company also reportedly received notices over the past several weeks about potential security vulnerabilities.
Leaked Source says about 99% of all passwords used on the company's site have now been exposed, but the group confirmed that it will not release the information to the public.
The stolen data reveals the sexual preferences of users, whether they’re gay or straight, and even indicates which ones might be seeking extramarital affairs.
In addition, the hackers have revealed email addresses, usernames, dates of birth, postal codes and unique internet addresses of users’ computers.
The information of 3.9m Adult Friend Finder members has been leaked, including those who told the site to delete their accounts.
Shaun Harper is one of those whose details have been published.
The site boasts 63 million users worldwide and claims more than 7 million British members.
It bills itself as a “thriving sex community”, and as a result users often share sensitive sexual information when they sign up.
Based on numbers reported by Leaked Source, here's a breakdown of the company's sites that were hacked, which affected a total of 412,214,295 accounts: Leaked Source says it believes about 15 million accounts involved in the breach had previously been deleted by users, but the information was never removed from the company's database.