In May this year, Adult Friend Finder was breached, with sensitive data pertaining to 4 million users finding its way onto the Internet.
Back in 2013, Cupid Media, which runs a number of online dating websites, was breached by hackers; 42 million plaintext passwords were released as a result.
Avid Life Media still isn't commenting on the extent of the hack, and the hackers haven't yet released any more of their purported cache of data.
The fact that you have to pay to make ANY contact at all with anyone renders this app absolutely worthless. It’s just a scam to get you to pay for bot profiles. Never mentioned the fact that they’re discrimination against males offering women free services and making men pay for the same. Hello (7sup), Thank you for raising this issue with us.
I have a better chance at finding someone pretty much anywhere else than on this app. UPDATE: they sent me their canned response about who monitors their site and their fake profile policy. Because meeting people shouldn’t empty my bank account.
The hackers seem to have taken umbrage at both the concept of the site—the site's slogan is "Life is short.
Have an affair."—and also the site's "full delete" feature.
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And with over 37 million members, mostly from the US and Canada, a significant percentage of the population is about to have a very bad day, including many rich and powerful people.” Noel Bilderman, Avid Life Media's CEO, confirmed that a hack had occurred, but not the extent of the hackers' access to the company's various databases and systems.