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Unfortunately penetration testing or application security scanning can offer almost no insight into how data is stored or processed inside an organisations applications and data stores. It enables organisations to see how their data is managed by systems and more importantly whether it is encrypted and whether that encryption level is satisfactory.” Justine Cross, Regional Director at “The public has long since run out of patience for companies that fail to protect their data, and the Friendfinder Network is just the latest example proving that businesses must take a new stance to keep information in their care safe.It is no longer enough to focus on passwords and financial data – any level of breach can cause significant distress or financial harm to the affected customers.Friend Finder Network Inc 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 — My Space gets 2nd place at 360 million.This event also marks the second time Friend Finder has been breached “Unfortunately many businesses simply do not learn their lesson and by failing to implement proper cyber security controls repeatedly place the privacy of users at risk.That over 100 million passwords were apparently stored in plaintext is, frankly, ridiculous.If true, the mastermind behind that idea should probably be feeling very uneasy about their future job prospects right now.Stolen email addresses will leave the victims vulnerable to phishing attacks and fraud across other sites using the address, while names and other details can be used as a source of embarrassment or blackmail.
With this in place, even if data is stolen it will be much more difficult for criminals to make use of it.Similarly, personal details could be used in phishing campaigns that use such information as bait to trick people into giving up sensitive data."With this breach of 400 million accounts we should expect a domino effect of smaller data breaches with password reuse and spear-phishing," says Ilia Kolochenko, CEO of security firm High-Tech Bridge."General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement will probably help to minimize this type of incident in the future, however it will take some time.Users should keep in mind that everything they post or share online may become public one day.The impact from sites such as Adult Friend Finder could be as significant as the Ashley Madison breach which had reports of suicides as a direct result of the breaches.
Whilst probably not at the same level, the Adult Friend Finder breach data does contain several thousand and email addresses.
Some websites already do this but more need to step up and help those people who still do not understand the need for password sense.