By Harry Pettit For Mailonline. Members of the Adult FriendFinder site have had their private details stolen after the site was hacked for a second time in just over a year. The hack took place on the 'FriendFinder' network exposing more than million accounts from an array of adult hookup and webcam sites. The hack could see email addresses, passwords, dates of last visits, browser information, IP addresses and site membership status across the sites exposed. Users fear that their personal details and account history could be leaked and published online. More than million accounts from an array of adult sites have been stolen by hackers, including users of Penthouse, Stripshow, iCams, and infamous online hookup site Adult FriendFinder screenshot pictured.
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The potential damage could affect million accounts because the company, Friend Finder Networks, has so many different operations. It runs the popular swinger and alternative dating website AdultFriendFinder. It operates the sex chatting services Cams. And it previously ran the porn site Penthouse. A group of independent security researchers, who call themselves LeakedSource, said the hack includes 15 million people who thought they had deleted their accounts.
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