\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EThe data came from the hack of the popular online hookup service \u003Ca target=\"_blank\" href=\"https:\u002F\u002Fen.wikipedia.org\u002Fwiki\u002FAdult_Friend Finder\"\u003EAdult Friend Finder\u003C\u002Fa\u003E, which \u003Ca target=\"_blank\" href=\"https:\u002F\u002Fsecure.adultfriendfinder.com\u002F\"\u003Eboasts\u003C\u002Fa\u003E of more than 60 million members.
\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EROR[RG] claimed he was posting the database, which had apparently been stripped of credit card information, because Adult Friend Finder had a debt with a friend of his.
\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EThe forum gained notoriety in early March, when a hacker only known as \"ROR[RG]\" dumped fifteen spreadsheets on a message board called \"Hacked Data,\" whose motto is \"sharing is caring.\" \u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cp\u003EThe files contained highly personal information about almost four million people, including their names, ages, email addresses, locations, and what kind of sexual partner they were looking for.
You find something you like—maybe you’re a Facebook fan, or a loyal Instagrammer, or a member of the cool Snapchat club—and you stick to it. Ever wonder if you’ve met your soulmate, but didn’t know it?
It's a new, little known, hacking forum actually called Hell.
\u003C\u002Fp\u003E\u003Cdiv class=\"ad-unit__container__container\"\u003E\u003Cdiv class=\"article-iac__wrapper\"\u003E\u003C\u002Fdiv\u003E\u003C\u002Fdiv\u003E\u003Cp\u003EHell, which can only be reached on the dark web, is \"a community where criminals can share, learn and make money,\" the forum's founder and administrator, who only goes by the name \"Ping,\" told me in an encrypted chat.
For now, it only services Toronto in Canada, but plans to roll out in Vancouver this fall. Dragonfruit matches couples based on their particular nerdy obsessions.
A Captain America fan might be connected with someone who’s really into Bucky Barnes, for example.