Hacked adult webcam account
It wasn’t until my 37th birthday that I received an email from Skype, informing me that my account was under review.Immediately I realised what had been going on, the pieces of the jigsaw falling into place.Adult contains material of an adult nature relating to adult entertainment services.Before proceeding you must read, understand and agree to the following statements regarding Adult and the material within.reported last month that a vulnerability researcher known as “1×0123” or “Revolver” had uncovered Local File Inclusion (LFI) flaws on the Adult Friend Finder site that could have allowed access to internal databases.It’s possible that other hackers might have used the same flaw to gain access.
But it told ZDNet, which also verified a sample of the data, that "over the past several weeks, Friend Finder has received a number of reports regarding potential security vulnerabilities from a variety of sources.Curiously, was sold by Friend Finder Network Inc to a different company, Penthouse Global Media Inc., in February 2016, so some eyebrows may be raised as to how the hackers were able to steal information of Penthouse.com’s users from Friend Finder Network’s systems in October 2016.Penthouse Global Media’s Kelly Holland told that her company was “aware of the data hack and we are waiting on Friend Finder to give us a detailed account of the scope of the breach and their remedial actions in regard to our data.” How did the hackers get in? I’ve had a Yahoo account for over 10 years without a problem, even as I moved my business accounts over to Gmail. Shouldn’t my security questions have been presented in this scenario? I also have location history turned on, so it’s not just my own manually saved locations (some of which are ancient), but Yahoo’s automated location technology keeping track of me. A simple rule set could have been applied here where users are asked to validate identity if the login (even a successful one) is outside of a 500 mile radius of any prior location.