It has verified that 498 of those credentials linked back to Mate1 accounts.However, spelling errors and the absence of an email verification system by which a Mate1 user must click a link to activate their account might mean that many of the compromised email accounts either belong to people who actually do not own them or do not function properly.Although it remains unclear as to which hospital was attacked, this story goes to show how lackluster IT security keeps plaguing the healthcare industry.is a notorious marketplace among internet criminals, and he is willing to sell each of the three individual databases for a different price.
For instance, your dating profile and photos can hang around on the company’s servers for years, even after you cancel your subscription.
Depending on your privacy settings, your profile can be indexed by search engines, and services like Google Image Search can connect the photos on your profile with your real identity, as Carnegie Mellon researchers demonstrated.
Dating sites collect data on you — such as your age, interests, ethnicity, religion, and more — and lend or sell it to marketers.
A hacker claims to have recently sold 27 million passwords belonging to users of an online dating website on a dark web marketplace.
News broke earlier this week about how an unnamed hacker allegedly put tens of millions of passwords up for sale on the underground forum Hell.