AdultFriendFinder Network Hack Exposes 400 Million Accounts—Including “Deleted” Ones

A massive data breach has exposed more than 412 million accounts on the Friend Finder Network, which includes, self-described as the “world’s largest sex and swinger community.”

AdultFriendFinder saw 339 million accounts—including 15 million “deleted” by users—exposed, as well as 62 million from and 7 million from, reports Zdnet.

It was two decades worth of data hacked at once. However, the culprit has not yet been identified. The network was hacked last year as well, though on a much smaller scale.

Last year, marital affairs website Ashley Madison was hacked, exposing tens of millions of accounts. The founder resigned and the parent company rebranded.

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