You may remember when the sex site Ashley Madison was hit by a hack in 2015 that exposed the information of 40 million users -- well, that was nothing compared to a recent breach that's 13 times the size of that one.
According to Leaked Source, "online relationship" company Friend Finder Network has been hacked -- exposing more than 412 million accounts, email addresses and passwords dating back 20 years, all of which have been made available on criminal marketplaces.
The news comes not long after one of the company's websites, Adult Friend Finder.com, suffered a major breach that exposed sensitive information of nearly four million users back in 2015.
Read more: 7 steps to create stronger passwords for all of your accounts This time, the good news for users is that the leaked data didn't include a lot of detailed personal information.
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Leaked Source says about 99% of all passwords used on the company's site have now been exposed, but the group confirmed that it will not release the information to the public.
Unlike the massive hack in 2015, this one "does not appear to contain sexual preference data," according to ZDNet.
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