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Making it worse than a typical security fail is what's in the data.
The snatched records contain usernames, email addresses and passwords -- nearly all of which are visible in plain text.
The breach included 300 million Adult Friend Finder user accounts, including account data for 15 million accounts that had supposedly been "deleted".
The passwords had not been encrypted at all, or encrypted with the obsolete and insecure SHA-1.
Adult Friend Finder's acquisition by Penthouse was the subject of a 2007 lawsuit by Broadstream Capital Partners, a merchant bank that assists with mergers, alleging Penthouse breached a 2006 contract by purchasing the company without obtaining Broadstream's consent, a claim Penthouse denies.
On November 13, 2016, it was reported that a database of usernames, e-mails, and passwords had been breached and leaked from Adult Friend Finder and other Friend Finder Networks websites.
Leaked Source said "this data set will not be searchable by the general public on our main page temporarily for the time being."But as infosec blog put it, "The point is, these records exist in multiple places online.
But wait, there's more embarrassment to be had by all.The company also kept logins for a site they don’t even run anymore (Friend Finder sold to Penthouse Global Media in February).Friend Finder also retained email and passwords for over 15 million people who had deleted their accounts.Stolen Friend Finder Networks files show that 78,301 accounts used a email address, 5,650 used a email.