More than 412 million user accounts have been exposed thanks FriendFinder Networks being hacked. The breach included 20 years of historical customer data from six compromised databases: Adultfriendfinder.com, Cams.com, Penthouse.com, Stripshow.com. iCams.com, and an unknown domain. This, the 412,214,295 exposed records, is the biggest data breach in 2016, according to LeakedSource.
Back in October, Steve Ragan of CSO’s Salted Hash was the first to report vulnerabilities found on Adult Friend Finder. At the time, Friend Finder Networks vice president and senior counsel Diana Lynn Ballou told Ragan that the company was investigating reports of a security incident; if true, then affected customers would be notified.