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Security experts criticised that site for not doing enough to prevent a repeat breach.David Kennerley, director of threat research at security software firm Webroot, commented: “This attack on Adult Friend Finder is extremely similar to the breach it suffered last year….Leaked Source said the alleged breach includes nearly 340 million accounts from flagship site Adult Friend Finder, plus data from other sites owned by Friend Finder Network, including Cams.com, as well as records from Penthouse.com, which was sold in February.
The latest breach follows a high profile hack in May 2015 that led to the leaking of 4 million records.
even details of users who believed they deleted their accounts have been stolen again.
“It’s clear that the organisation has failed to learn from its past mistakes and the result is 412 million victims that will be prime targets for blackmail, phishing attacks and other cyber fraud,” he added.
The apparent breach took place in October 2016, and included historical data for the past 20 years on six Friend Finder Networks (FFN) properties: Adultfriendfinder.com, Cams.com, Penthouse.com,
i Cams.com, and an unknown domain, according to web security firm High-Tech Bridge.But the company said in a statement that it had “received a number of reports regarding potential security vulnerabilities from a variety of sources” and was investigating.“Immediately upon learning this information, we took several steps to review the situation and bring in the right external partners to support our investigation.” the statement said.In fact, if Leaked Source is correct only the massive Yahoo data breach disclosed in September, which hit over half a billion accounts, exposed more user accounts.