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November 13th, 2016
Friend Finder Network Inc is a company that operates a wide range of 18+ services and was hacked in October of 2016 for over 400 million accounts representing 20 years of customer data which makes it by far the largest breach we have ever seen -- MySpace gets 2nd place at 360 million. This event also marks the second time Friend Finder has been breached in two years, the first being around May of 2015.
A list of sites we have verified, how many affected accounts and a brief description are as follows:
Total: 412,214,295 affected users
How did it happen? They were hacked via a Local File Inclusion exploit and you can read more about the situation when it was initially reported fromthis link.
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Sometimes when the incident is important enough, we analyze and blog about it. We also have a tool for businesses to automatically check to see if any of their own customers are reusing a password from a public hack over at our API. Companies can then force change passwords which completely irradicates credential stuffing attacks on their services saving them millions of dollars in customer support costs. It is important for us to state that we are publishers not hackers and you can read more about us on our FAQ. Now onto the details.
While perusing the data we noticed that a significant amount of users had an email in the format of: [email protected]@deleted1.com. Uh oh.
We've seen this situation many times before and it likely means these were users who tried to delete their account but the data is obviously still kept around because you know, we're looking at it. According to a reporter it is impossible to register an account using an email that's formatted this way which means the addition of "@deleted.com" was done behind the scenes by Adult Friend Finder. So counting the amount of emails with "@deleted" near the end, we have 15,766,727 "deleted" accounts in AdultFriendFinder.com.
Passwords were stored by Friend Finder Network either in plain visible format or SHA1 hashed (peppered). Neither method is considered secure by any stretch of the imagination and furthermore, the hashed passwords seem to have been changed to all lowercase before storage which made them far easier to attack but means the credentials will be slightly less useful for malicious hackers to abuse in the real world.
At this time we also can't explain why many recently registered users still have their passwords stored in clear-text especially considering they were hacked once before, but here's the breakdown:
Total: 99.0% of all available passwords are now visible in plaintext
We can then create a table of the most commonly used passwords from only the main AdultFriendFinder.com database which provides a reasonable sample of the kind of credentials in use. Hint: They're not good ones.
We've also hand selected a bunch of the longest real passwords we've managed to crack, obtained from all websites.
|fuck her right in the pussy||27|
|who the fuck is alice?||22|
Usually people ask us how many .gov and .mil emails exist on sites like this which is easy enough to check. There are 5,650 .gov registered emails on all websites combined and 78,301 .mil emails.
We can also generate a simple table of top email providers used, from AdultFriendFinder.com only. If you review all of our blogs it's easy to see the heavy usage of Yahoo and Hotmail addresses in companies that are older than 2004, the year Gmail was created.
What are the main languages (where available) spoken by FFN users?
Sometimes when join dates and last visit dates are available, we can see how popular a website truly is.
AdultFriendFinder.com - Number of users who visited the site in this year, but never came back afterwards.
The last number, 6 million in 2016 would represent the known total amount of users who visited the site in 2016.
|Year||Members who never returned after this year|
We can also determine how many Cams.com users joined and never returned to the site (register date = last visit date). That number is 1,084,686 out of 62.6 million which is addmitedly quite impressive on their end, most of the users that come to the site actually use it.
Data seems to end during the 2014 year, we're not sure why.
Provided below are the table schemas for (in order), AdultFriendFinder.com, Cams.com, Penthouse.com. These are mostly of interest to IT professionals