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Use a strong, unique password and, if possible, two-factor authentication. Fakeuser and see that he is a married man who is blond, blue-eyed, and buff.

That said, that wouldn't have protected the Adult Friend Finder users, where the site itself was hacked.” Robb wrote an analysis of the Adult Friend Finder data that was hacked: Quickly glancing over spreadsheet #11, I’ve located [email protected]###(not his real user account) and see that he is a 54 year old male from St. He also thinks he is a hot male and he is just looking for fun in the form of a one-night-stand with a swinging couple or partner – he is seeking something somewhat discreet. In spreadsheet #1, I found [email protected]###(not his real user account) and he is a 62-year-old Hispanic male from North Brunswick, NJ who is an advertiser in real life, and has a preference for the subporno forum.

“I think you should be able to assume some level of privacy online,” he says.

“I think the hacked website reveals that too few providers of online services do good security.” Even as hacking increases in frequency, the main point he says is: Hacking is not the victim’s fault.

Robb, who is currently involved in ongoing Darknet research, says she is passionate about understanding the mindset of criminals’ schemes and social engineering tactics.

Masters or slaves that frequent these type of forums could become enticed to click on a provocative link and provide more personal information, providing that the email template is custom-tailored to their fetishes.

she discovered 15 AFF spreadsheet files where a hacker known as ROR[RG] posted his stolen goods.

They were living in the “Hell Forum," a hacking forum accessible via the TOR browser, which is special software allowing access to the Darknet. It’s now back up but all the AFF data is gone and the entire thread has been deleted.”) Because extortion was involved, Robb dealt with the matter delicately.

An administrator of the Darknet forum mocked the announcement, saying that it “only took 74 days to confirm the breach.” Asked to comment on the investigation, Kyrksen Storer of Fire Eye said, “[W]e do not comment on active investigations such as this one.” So what does all of this mean for you and your online sexing?

It means we need to stop pretending this type of breach isn’t going to happen — all the time — as it’s been happening for the past several years, with increasing frequency and sophistication.

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