A hacker claims to be selling tens of millions of user accounts for adult dating site on the dark web, including information on sexual desires, preferences, and other personal details.
“Find sex by contacting fellow Fling members and get laid tonight,” the site reads.
Cupid Media said it has begun hashing passwords and requiring users to choose strong codes. If your password is “111111″ you deserve to be hacked!
Members of dating site Match.com, which has millions of subscribers across 25 countries, are at risk of having their passwords exposed.
Companies such as should use encryption for data to protect passwords when users log in.
The website's login page has had an error active for weeks, Ars Technica reports.
It's because the login page doesn't use HTTPS encryption to keep its users safe, Ars Technica explains.
Slightly more sophisticated: 40,000 chose: “qwerty” as their password.
(Look at your keyboard; it’s the first five letters of the left side of your keyboard – and you thought you were the only one doing that!