I really hate these stupid, annoying dirty popups that keep coming up. I've searched and tried the simple "blocking the site" routine. I need just a simple way to block these popups, but one THAT ACTUALLY WORKS!! S- I dont want any answers or ways that involve installing or downloading things! the adult friend finder is a known threat that attaches it's self too the add on in internet explorer 8 .
I really hate these stupid, annoying dirty popups that keep coming up.
SAN FRANCISCO — More than 412 million names and passwords used to log in to adult connection sites run by Friend Finder Networks may have been compromised, according to a site that posts information and data from breaches.
The Campbell, Calif.-based company runs several sites for adult social and sexual connections.
However, in this case it said "after much internal deliberation by the Leaked Source team and for various reasons, we have decided that this data set will not be searchable by the general public on our main page temporarily for the time being." that it was investigating reports of "potential security vulnerabilities” and was notifying affected users to give them information on how to protect themselves.
The hacker demanded 0,000 from Adult Friend Finder to keep the user info under wraps. Besides, giving into extortion is a bad solution for companies and users alike because once they have power over you, the criminals will just keep coming back for more.
Until the investigation is completed, it will be difficult to determine with certainty the full scope of the incident, but we will continue to work vigilantly to address this potential issue and will provide updates as we learn more from our investigation," the company continued.
A hacker leaked data from 3.9 million Adult Friend Finder members onto a darknet forum.
Along with birthdays, ZIP codes, and IP addresses, the leak also includes details like sexual orientations and whether or not the user was interested in an extramarital affair. Message board posts written by the alleged hacker, ROR[RG], revealed that the data was first stolen over a month ago.