Thursday, November 17, 2016

Nobody cares about AFF hacking incident, Management not interested at all.

In a short statement emailed November 9 2016, FriendFinder Network’s Vice President and Senior Counsel of Corporate Compliance & Litigation Diana Lynn Ballou tried to minimize the depth of the hack by stating: “We are aware of reports of a security incident, and we are currently investigating to determine the validity of the reports.  If we confirm that a security incident did occur, we will work to address any issues and notify any customers that may be affected.”
it means:
Nobody cares about AFF hacking incident, Management not interested at all.
We are waiting for MTCH (Match Group) big hacking incident revealing they create fake profiles from inside.

Recently Match Group launched OurTimeBrasil new site for Brazil, and the site is new but its initial database if full of profiles.
Perhaps Match Group merged databases from Match Brazil, ParPerfeito, or who knows? but ... it seems it is happening what was described by former Match angry customer:
"Now before I paid for a subscription, I spent about a week seeing what kind of women were using Match dot com. During this time, I was getting a ton of email from women who apparently liked or favourited me. However, after subscribing, the number of such emails I received dropped to zero. I found the reason for this, and it’s because in the daily match results, only 1 out of 12 users is a subscriber (I watched this happen for the last 10 days). Seems the daily match results are setup to maximize sending new users lots of emails. But once you're a member, you need to pay extra to get into these daily match results."

Scammers from Nigeria by Alexa catfishing at EliteSingles CA and USA?

AshleyMadison GAME OVER, but they insist with reboot!

Employee data leaks from most of world’s biggest firms—and UK tops list (via ArstechnicaUK)
If PlentyOfFish hacked again and all database stolen? PART 2

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