Adult friend finder exposed the widow's guide to sex and dating
But the company fixed a code injection flaw that could have enabled access to source code, Friend Finder Networks told the publication.
It wasn't clear if the company was referring to the local file inclusion flaw.
Those types of vulnerabilities allow an attacker to supply input to a web application, which in the worst scenario can allow code to run on the web server, according to a OWASP, The Open Web Application Security Project.
The person who found that flaw has gone by the nicknames 1x0123 and Revolver on Twitter, which has suspended the accounts.
The hack also revealed that the company had kept information on 15 million accounts that users had deleted, as well as information on users for assets it no longer owned, such as Penthouse.
By comparison, the Ashley Madison hack that took place in July 2015 revealed 32 million accounts, although that attack was also accompanied by a more aggressive extortion campaign.
In May, Leaked Source removed 117 million emails and passwords of Linked In users after receiving a cease-and-desist order from the company.Kirk is a veteran journalist who has reported from more than a dozen countries.Based in Sydney, he is Managing Editor for Security and Technology for Information Security Media Group.Adult dating service company Friend Finder Network has reportedly been hacked, with over 412 million accounts, email addresses, and passwords from their websites made available on criminal marketplaces.Notably, the database does not include more detailed personal information, but could still be used to confirm whether a person was a user of the service.
It could also be particularly worrisome because Leaked Source says the accounts date back 20 years, a time in the early commercial web when users were less worried about privacy issues.