The website of an adult video game featuring sexualised animals has been hacked, with the information of nearly half a million subscribers stolen. The compromised information, including email addresses, names and order histories, resurfaced on a popular hacking forum a few months later. It is the latest in a long series of hacks aimed at adult sites. High Tail Hall is a customisable role-playing game, which features what the website describes as "sexy furry characters", including buxom zebras and scantily clad lionesses.
Over 412 million adult-website credentials hacked: security firm
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In reality, it is nearly as large as the Yahoo half-billion user hack of that individuals only just learned about. That will shock you considering this 1 adult that is involved. Data on almost million users had been taken through the alternative dating website alone. Many others had been released off their FriendFinder Networks web sites. Another 7 million from Penthouse. Around 2. In total, significantly more than million user records were taken.
AdultFriendFinder network hack exposes 412 million accounts
Adult dating and pornography site company Friend Finder Networks has been hacked, exposing the private details of more than m accounts and making it one of the largest data breaches ever recorded, according to monitoring firm Leaked Source. The attack, which took place in October, resulted in email addresses, passwords, dates of last visits, browser information, IP addresses and site membership status across sites run by Friend Finder Networks being exposed. It dwarfs the 33m user accounts compromised in the hack of adultery site Ashley Madison and only the Yahoo attack of was larger with at least m accounts compromised. It also runs live sex camera site Cams.
That massive number, tallied for CNNMoney by Ponemon Institute researchers, is made even more mind-boggling by the amount of hacked accounts: up to million. The damage is real. Each record typically includes personal information, such as your name, debit or credit card, email, phone number, birthday, password, security questions and physical address. It's enough to get hunted down by an abusive ex-spouse. It makes you an easier target for scams.