It doesn’t come across as genuine interest; it comes across as desperation.Too many guys act like they’ll go for the first girl that accepts them without any standards.It's significantly larger than the hack of extramarital affairs dating website Ashley Madison back in 2015, which saw nearly 40 million user accounts leaked to the world.Significantly less information about users has been leaked, however — while Ashley Madison included everything from photos and sexual preferences to addresses, the Friend Finder breach is limited to more basic information like email addresses, passwords, and registration dates.However, in the cases of Military Cupid.com, some addresses posed serious security concerns; over 11,000 had registered using a US military email address and 10,000 had registered with a US government address. Unless of course there’s vital US military secrets within those email accounts. Of the leaked passwords, almost two million picked the uncanny and clever “123456”. That’s a hell of a lot of lazy password-choosers out there.(My email password is, of course, my porn name.) Even lazier passwords: “iloveyou” and “lovely” both beat out the simple password: “password”.These men should slap themselves until they stop acting like 13-year old girls.
When our friend Eros — an IT security guy by trade — wanted a date, his friend showed him RSVP.Slightly more sophisticated: 40,000 chose: “qwerty” as their password.(Look at your keyboard; it’s the first five letters of the left side of your keyboard – and you thought you were the only one doing that!That said, given the nature of the sites affected, it has the potential to be compromising to some users if the data starts circulating widely.In the aftermath of the Ashley Madison attack, numerous users reported receiving extortion and blackmail attempts.