Hacked photos from adult dating sites
Furthermore, here’s how to delete some of your dating profiles for good, if that’s something you’re interested in doing.As for this recent attack, it’s not clear how the data was stolen at this time but Adult Friend Finder is investigating the matter.The attackers managed to steal highly sensitive personal data for four million users, leaking them online in spreadsheet format.DON’T MISS: Key i Phone 6s specs seemingly detailed in new report According to Channel 4, the dating site in question is Adult Friend Finder which has more than 63 million global users.This type of image theft has been going on for a while online, but with the popularity of social media it has escalated.No one knows how many online photos are stolen, but there are probably millions stolen every year.In one scenario babies photos were being stolen and added to a Facebook group that was set up as an “Ugly Baby” group. You do waive some rights to use of your photo if you upload your photo to Facebook, Instagram or other photo sharing websites.These social media apps, can use your photos in advertising for example, it’s a good idea to understand the Terms And Conditions of these platforms if you are concerned about how they might user your posts or images.
There even seems to be data from accounts that were supposedly deleted.
Fake accounts are also used spread spam, viruses and used to hack.
Twitter isn’t the only platform with this issue, Facebook and Instagram also have a big problem with fake accounts, which probably really took off with the original “My Space” In the case of the man reported in the Brisbane Times, his profile was also used on a dating app.
The dates she liked didn't write her back, and her own profile attracted crickets (and worse).
So, as any fan of data would do: she started making a spreadsheet.