" wrote a hacker who goes by "MAPS." Friend Finder Networks Inc., parent company of Adult Friend Finder and other adult sites and publications including Penthouse, said in a statement that it had just become aware of the breach, and it is working closely with law enforcement and cyberforensics company Mandiant, a subsidiary.
The company said it doesn't yet know the full scope of the breach, but it promised to "work vigilantly," noting that Friend Finder Networks "fully appreciates the seriousness of the issue." "We cannot speculate further about this issue, but rest assured, we pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected," the company said.
The website focuses on providing an avenue for its members to find casual hookups, so this might not be the best site to find a romantic relationship or something alike.
However, the adult site fell in disgrace over the years for having lots of fake members and data hacking.
For example, one person exposed in the hack is a 40-year old welder from a small Illinois town of a few thousand people.
He "will become anybody's slave" and lied about his age on the site, claiming to be 29.
With over 80 million members all over the world, Adult Friend Finder is one of the largest adult casual dating sites worldwide.
Included in the exposed personal information are customers' email addresses, usernames, passwords, birthdays and zip codes, in addition to their sexual preferences.
During the survey period it was found, that 13 percent of responding individuals aged between 18 to 29 years reported that they were current users.
Furthermore, 60 percent of respondents within that group stated that they had never used Adult Friend Finder.
Adult Friend Finder is open to all types of arrangements, from couple share, polygamy, fuck buddies, monogamy, and many more.
It is almost like adult heaven for couples and singles who are looking for ways to spice up their sex life.