Millions of dating site users Meet heart There was some unpleasant news on Sunday. ZDNet report The hacker group ShinyHunters, which leaked millions List user records of the company “Auschwitz Concentration Camp” Shirt, has discarded the data in the dating site user database. The leak allegedly contained Sensitive information of more than 2.28 million registered users of the site.
According to ZDNet, “A 1.2 GB file was downloaded for free on a publicly accessible hacker forum known for hacked database transactions.. “ It includes a sensitive and identifiable user base Information, including real name, email address, City, state and zip code details, date of birth, IP address, Facebook user ID, And Facebook authentication token, etc. However, there is no public news.
This channel includes screenshots of files posted to hacker forums and a small sample of exposed data. Emphasize that not all leaked accounts contain complete user details. Nevertheless, it states that the leaked information can be used to contact individualsWill date personal data based on their real-world identity. The hacker forum where the data was posted has been viewed more than 1,500 times. Depending on the socket, it can still be downloaded.
ZDNet said that earlier this week, a security researcher who asked not to be named was informed of the leak. It added that it had contacted MeetMindful on Thursday to request comment on the matter, but did not receive a response for several days.
Gizmodo also contacted MeetMindful to inquire about the reported hacker attacks. If there is a response, we will make sure to update this blog.
According to its Tighten the foundation Personal profile, MeetMindful is a dating website platform for “people committed to health, happiness and mindfulness”. It was established in 2013, Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, it is still active.
However, it’s starting to get a little strange here.Of the site Listed Social media The channel has been disabled for a few months, considering the main dating app Grow During the pandemic. I mean, aren’t they trying to encourage users to date safely? From the outside, the service seems to be a dead zone. Who knows, this may be the popularity of the website itself.
It is not clear whether MeetMindful has notified its users of the incident. If it is true, users need to know so that they can monitor suspicious activity and change their login and password if necessary. Bottom line: start moving forward.