Dating sites hacked
The Ashley Madison Agency is the world's largest online social networking community of its kind that caters to people who are already in relationships but still want to date.
I just got in contact with Chris Russo who managed to hack into the largest dating site on the world Plenty Of The vulnerability, was properly documented by our team, without exposing any confidential user information.This was an error based MSSQL injection, that could allow any attacker to make a full backup of the databases used by the websever, and or gain direct access into the site. Markus Frind sent me an email accussing us to steal his whole user database without a single proof, based on supposed information that "20 employees of him told him", and a weblink from for users information of POF. utm_source=web&utm_medium=twitter If this data goes public I am going to email every single effected user on Plentyoffish your phone number, email address and picture. Then i'm going to sue you In Canada, US and UK and argintina.We have reset all users passwords and closed the security hole that allowed them to enter.30,000,000 users exposed on a death threat from Mr. Hi, I'm a security researcher from Buenos Aires, Argentina.The Last Friday 21 of Januray, we discovered a vulnerability in users details, including usernames, addresses, phone numbers, real names, email addresses, passwords in plain text, and in most of cases, paypal accounts, of more than 28,000,000 (twenty eight million users).While we were creating the legal documents in order to proceed, Markus Frind got progressively more aggressive and unresposive with us, and told us to speak with their employees, Kate and Jay, because there was a serial killer, murdering people from the website.
We arrange to send the documents about the vulnerability we had found, a business plan, and the CVs of the personal working with us by Monday 31 of January.
The release included data from customers who had earlier paid a $19 fee to Ashley Madison to allegedly have their data deleted.
In the same month the company dropped its signature tagline “Life is Short.
This is a personal post about what it feels like to be hacked /extorted and the intense pressure and stress you are put under.
Not to mention how annoying it is to have someone constantly harassing and trying to scare your wife at all hours of the day.
By July 22, the first set of customer names were released by hackers, with all of the user data released on August 18, 2015.