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ZDNet obtained a portion of the databases to examine.
At this time, its believed the information that was stolen and put online included: E-mail addresses, passwords, whether or not the user was a VIP member.
The most sensitive data released in the AdultFriendFinder data breach included e-mail addresses and passwords, but its not uncommon for the individuals who use these sites to sign up with fake e-mail addresses.The breach includes personal account data from five sites including Adult FriendFinder, m and.Further reading: How to remove malware from your Windows.To comment on this article and other PCWorld content, visit our.The sites were hacked in October through a local file inclusion vulnerability on FriendFinder Networks that was reported at about the same time by a researcher.It also found that about 15 million users had an email in the format of: @m, suggesting that information on users who earlier tried to delete their accounts was still around.According to LeakedSource, passwords were stored as plaintext or protected using the weak cryptographic standard SHA-1 hash function. .