Random sample: "schrodingersfavouritecat," "ilovemanchesterunited" and "carlosfromcancun." Echoing the Ashley Madison saga of 2015, it seems around 15,766,727 Adult Friend Finder deleted accounts were not in fact deleted.
In the affair site's case, the passwords were similarly dumb.
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obtained a potion of the most recently hacked database to verify, and found it did not appear to contain sexual preference information.
Friend Finder Networks confirmed the site's security vulnerabilities to the publication, but did not explicitly state the hack had occurred.
Friend Finder also retained email and passwords for over 15 million people who had deleted their accounts.
“Over the past several weeks, Friend Finder has received a number of reports regarding potential security vulnerabilities from a variety of sources,” Friend Finder Networks Vice President and Senior Counsel Diana Ballou told ZDNet.
In addition to Adultfriendfinder.com, user information from sites like and was also dumped online.
The California-based Friend Finder Networks, Adult Friend Finder's parent company, claims that 700 million people engage with at least one of their sites.Last month, Standard Innovation, makers of the We-Vibe line of connected vibrators, settled a class action lawsuit for violating users' privacy.As it turned out, We-Vibe toys were collecting and sending "highly intimate and sensitive data" back to the company's servers without the user's permission.User data from its property Cam.com, "one of the largest providers of live model webcams in the world," was also included in the hack.Unsurprisingly, the passwords revealed in the latest data haul are terrible. "123456," "12345" and "123456789." You have to go through the list to number 13 until you find the slightly more original but still spectacularly useless "pussy." Leaked Source also selected some of the longest real passwords it managed to find.Not to creep you out, but someone might be spying on you. The web-connected cameras on your laptop and cellphone — and your doggie-cam and baby monitor, too — are digital peepholes for hackers.