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This time, email addresses, passwords, dates of last visits, browser information, IP addresses, and site membership status were revealed, reports The Guardian, citing data breach monitoring service Leaked Source.Last year's breach also included users' dates of birth, postal codes, sexual preferences, and whether they were seeking extramarital affairs.In total nearly 340 million users accounts on "the world's largest sex and swinger community" are said to have been exposed.Meanwhile, webcam sex site has seen the details of over 62 million accounts released, with similar sites and i each having over a million accounts breached.In even worse news, information for people no longer on the site was still stolen—details on 15 million accounts that had been deleted were found because they had remained on the company's servers.Anyone who has signed up on the site in the last 20 years could be at risk, and should take proper measures to change their passwords and contact the company.At the time, FFN Vice President Diana Lunn Ballou released a statement saying: "We are aware of reports of a security incident, and we are currently investigating to determine the validity of the reports." In May last year 3.5 million Adult Friend Finder accounts were exposed in another hack.Peter Martin, Managing Director at IT security firm Reliance ACSN said: "This breach on Adult Friend Finder is the second in as many years which raises serious alarm bells.
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Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Over 412 million accounts -- including 16 million "deleted" accounts -- were leaked from FFN sites, including Adult Friend Finder.com, Penthouse.com, Stripshow.com, Cams.com, and i
Although the size of the breach is far greater, the nature of the data is less intimate than the previous FFN breach.
In addition to the 16 million "deleted" accounts is the user database, which FFN had access to, despite having sold in February.
Included in the leak were 96 million Hotmail accounts, 78,301 US military email accounts, and 5,650 US government accounts.