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The share of 55- to 64-year-olds that sign up for dating sites has doubled from 6% in 2013 to 12% in 2015. Law enforcement claims it is so hampered by security measures on electronic communications that it hurts efforts to track down criminals, and has called for tech companies to give them a so-called backdoor.
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Hackers have leaked the personal details of 150,000 users of the Muslim Match website after breaking into the niche dating portal.
Almost 150,000 user credentials and profiles, as well as more than 700,000 private messages between users, were posted online.
Subscribers were in for a rude awakening this week when rumors circulated that Adult Friend Finder's database had been hacked.
Experts were stymied as to whether there is any truth to this threat, but investigators are taking the claims seriously.
A range of information including logged IP addresses and poorly hashed MD5 passwords was exposed by the breach.
Adult Friend Finder is even more casual than that: The site has helped singles arrange their one-night stands since 1996. Peace is currently threatening to make public the information of 73 million users.
An alleged hacker named "Revolver" posted photos to the web, claiming that this was evidence of a successful digital break-in.
This event comes on the heels of a similar attack in 2015 when a hacker named ROR[RG] supposedly nabbed information from 4 million accounts and tried to vend them off in the Deep Web.
The origin of the hack was an alleged "backdoor," a vulnerability in the programming that allowed Revolver or Peace – or both, or neither – to access the site's database.