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Hackers broke into the database for a military dating Web site and stole passwords, e-mail addresses, and other information from nearly 171,000 accounts, according to a post on the Pastebin site this weekend: "The website was recently closed day ago or so, so we dumped email db," the hackers said in their post.
"There are emails such as @mil ; @mil ; @; @; etc.." So-called "data dumps" are a common occurrence, but what makes this one notable is that the group is using the names "Lulz Sec" and "Lulz Sec Reborn." The three weeks ago of alleged key members of the Lulz Sec group of hackers who had taunted government agents and harassed government contractors and other corporations by attacking their sites and stealing data since last year.
On the front end of a website, you don't see the inner workings of all this, but with the right tools, you can — and that's where the passwords can be uncovered if websites don't use the right security measures.
It's been found that the website uses an unprotected HTTP connection to send and receive data over the web.
The website's login page has had an error active for weeks, Ars Technica reports.
It's because the login page doesn't use HTTPS encryption to keep its users safe, Ars Technica explains.
The email to reset your password will be sent from [email protected] passwords can only be reset using the email link.
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Admin, Military To which Data responded, saying: "I compared the database in the file to the 'online members' pictured on your home page and the entries in the data dump correspond to those usernames." Meanwhile, the photos of singles on Military were not being displayed this afternoon, replaced with this wording: "Error: Slideshow data cannot load due to security issue." Updated p.m.
As many as 42 million people from around the globe had their information stolen from an online dating network, including names, email addresses, unencrypted passwords, and dates of birth, according to a report published by security researcher Brian Krebs.
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