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Leaked Source said the alleged breach includes nearly 340 million accounts from flagship site Adult Friend Finder, plus data from other sites owned by Friend Finder Network, including Cams.com, as well as records from Penthouse.com, which was sold in February.The new owners of Penthouse.com, Penthouse Global Media, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.A hack against popular adult dating and entertainment company Friend Finder Networks exposed data related to more than 412 million user accounts, according to a report from breach notification site Leaked Source.If the report is correct, that would make the breach one of the largest on record in terms of the number of accounts affected.Solutions such as 2-factor authentication could have easily helped avert a breach of this magnitude.Hundreds of millions of Adult Friend Finder (AFF) accounts appear to have been exposed once again.
David Kennerley, director of threat research at security software firm Webroot, commented: “This attack on Adult Friend Finder is extremely similar to the breach it suffered last year….
It would also mark the second such incident at the company in two years.
Friend Finder Networks did not confirm or deny the breach when reached by The Washington Post.
The cache may also include 15 million email addresses connected to deleted accounts, according to Leaked Source.
The data was stolen last month using a vulnerability exposed around the same time, Leaked Source reported.