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It’s not that Friend Finder has substandard security, it’s simply that very little, to a determined and talented hacker, is immune to access.I am not a top notch hacker, but I did spend most of my life attempting to stop hackers from accessing or damaging data. As part of my job, I had to know how hackers did their jobs and became moderately good at it.What's often not highlighted in these cases is the monetary value of such a breach.Many would argue that having an email address and the associated data might be of little value.However, much the same way metadata collection provides insight to the NSA, this type of information provides attackers with plenty of leverage that can be used against the public.Spear phishing becomes a lot easier when attackers not only have an email address, but also location, language, and race.Hacks of this nature seldom reach the Surface Web, and thereby, the attention of the press.For an adept hacker, Downloading the entire Friend Finder database is no more difficult than going to the library and checking out a book.

As usual, being a day late and a dollar short, by the time I knocked on the door he was selling incomplete segments of the database for non-exclusive use for ,000.ROR[RG] insisted that Adult Friend Finder (the company) owed a friend of his nearly a quarter of a million dollars.He wanted his friend to get paid, so he went public.Its corporate headquarters are located in Boca Raton, Florida, with additional offices in California, New York, and Taiwan.The company primarily deals in adult entertainment, online dating, and social networking services.The source IP addresses collected can even provide pinpoint street locations for attacks.The attack methodology deployed in this instance was not released, but it would be fair to assume that it leveraged a kind of SQL Injection attack or similar, where the information is wormed out of the back-end database through a flaw in the webserver.That’s more than I make for an article, so paying him (he wanted bitcoins by the way) was out of the question.I briefly considered barging in, grabbing what I needed and taking off without leaving any trace, but, let’s face it, he wanted money for it, so I would be committing theft. Turning to the concept first proposed in the movie , where people were detained by acts called “Pre-Crime”, I contacted a friend of mine who had sucked up a copy of the database before ROR[RG] had a chance to lock it down and begin asking for cash.In this case, the administrator would have had two opportunities to notice the abnormality: 1) At the database level, as the data was extracted.2) At the webserver level, where an abnormal amount of traffic would be sent to a specific address.

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