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It did not acknowledge the number of records exposed.Although FFN advised users who might be reading its press release to change their passwords, it still hasn't notified its customers directly, and there are no notifications on any of its compromised 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.They're being sold or shared with anyone who might have an interest in them."That's more users than Twitter and a third of Facebook's global membership.Forget about sex—we're just talking real, honest-to-goodness, devoted yet totally low-maintenance friendships that you can have for the rest of your life. Notice the drop-down menu doesn't have an option above five, because you're a God-damned grownup who shouldn't be moving mid-lease.—When you _ _move, do you rent a moving truck or expect five of your older, married friends with minivans to haul your Hefty bags of costume jewelry and whimsical throw pillows and then not even order pizza for everyone? And, if you and your new adult friend end up seeing the same therapist, can you be chill about that, or are you going to get all territorial? Either way, would you judge a person who chose to play Mario Maker on a Friday night instead of attending your housewarming party and playing beer pong with a bunch of strangers? Here's a sampling from our hundred-item questionnaire:—How long can you go without talking to/seeing a friend before you worry that "something's up" or feel compelled to text "are we cool? —If your adult friend , like, "Hey, dude, where'd you go? Suffice to say, federal employees are in the category of pervs who need to make sure they aren't reusing any of those bad passwords on other accounts.
After their October disclosure got Friend Finder's attention, Revolver tweeted that FFN's security issue was resolved and "no customer information ever left their site" -- which was clearly untrue. Friend Finder Network conceded in a press release that it was "addressing a security incident involving certain customer usernames, passwords and email addresses" on Monday.It's not bigger than Yahoo's abysmal security apocalypse, during which we just found out 500 million accounts were compromised in 2014.Yet FFN's epic catastrophe far exceeds the likes of e Bay (145M), Anthem (80M), Sony (77M), JP Morgan Chase (76M), Target (70M) and Home Depot (56M).More than 900,000 accounts used the password "123456," 101,046 used "password," tens of thousands used words like "pussy" and "fuckme" -- which we suppose is exactly what Friend Finder did to the user by storing their passwords so recklessly.