Millions of dating site users Accommodating Some unpleasant news was received on Sunday. ZDNet reported Hacker group ShinyHunters, the same group that leaked millions User record for listing company “Camp Auschwitz” Shirt, has dumped what appears to be data from the dating site’s user database. The leak allegedly includes Sensitive information of more than 2.28 million registered users of the site.
According to ZDNet, the 1.2 gigabyte file was known as a free download “for its trade in hacked databases on a publicly accessible hacking forum.”. “ This included sensitive and identifiable user groups. Information including real name, email address, City, state and zip code details, date of birth, IP address, Facebook user ID, And Facebook authentication tokens, among others. However, the messages were not revealed.
The outlet, which includes screenshots of the file posted in the hacker forum, as well as a small sample of the data, Not all leaked accounts include complete user details. However, it has been said that the leaked information can be used to link individuals.‘Dating profiles for their real-world identity. The hacking forum where the data was posted has been viewed more than 1,500 times. According to the outlet, it is still available for download.
ZDNet said it was reported by a security researcher about the leak, which was not named earlier this week. It said that he had approached Meatmindful on Thursday to seek comment on the matter but received no response for days.
Gizmodo asked about the report hack after being in contact with Meatmindful. If we listen we will be sure to update this blog.
according to this Crunchy Profile, MeetMindful is “a dating site platform for people who are in health, wellness and meditation.” It was established in 2013, Based in Denver, Colorado, and still active.
Here is where it starts to get a little weird though. Workplace Listed Social Media The channels have been inactive for months, which is interesting given that the major dating apps are Increasing During the epidemic. I mean, don’t they want to encourage their users to date (secure)? From the outside, the service feels like a dead zone. Although who knows, it can be all the rage inside the site itself.
It is not clear whether MeetMindful has informed its users of the incident. If this is correct, users need to know that they are on the lookout for suspicious activity and can change the login and password if necessary. Bottom Line: Proceed.