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Revolver is known for finding adult website security issues, and they confirmed to that the flaw was being actively exploited.
Right away, Leaked Source began to receive files from Friend Finder's databases -- some 100 million records.
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.
As we discovered by files exposed in the Ashley Madison breach, Friend Finder wasn't removing profiles that users believed to have been closed or removed.
The records have been found by Leaked Source to contain 15,766,727 million accounts that were supposed to have been deleted.
They wrote, "It is impossible to register an account using an email that's formatted this way which means the addition of '@deleted.com' was done behind the scenes by Adult Friend Finder."This breach actually happened last month.
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