'There's no drinking involved because she's not even 21 yet.'Bolton, 29, made his intentions public in an E!
interview earlier this month.'I think she is a beautiful lady, and if she asked me out on a date, I would sure enough go,' he declared.
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An intrusion at online dating service Cupid Media earlier this year exposed more than 42 million consumer records, including names, email addresses, unencrypted passwords and birthdays, according to information obtained by Krebs On Security.
The data stolen from Southport, Australia-based niche dating service Cupid Media was found on the same server where hackers had amassed tens of millions of records stolen from Adobe, PR Newswire and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), among others. Six days later, I heard back from Andrew Bolton, the company’s managing director.
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It is entirely likely that the records I have seen are from the January breach, and that the company no longer stores its users’ information and passwords in plain text.
At least Cupid Media doesn’t send your password in plain text when you request a password reset, like far too many other companies do.
It seems that many Cupid users did not place much value in their accounts when picking passwords, because a huge percentage of them chose downright awful passwords.
By my count, more than 10 percent of Cupid’s users chose one of these 10 passwords: The top 10 non-numeric passwords are probably typical for a dating site, but still horrible nonetheless: This entry was posted on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 at am and is filed under A Little Sunshine, The Coming Storm.
The purloined database contains more than 42 million entries in the format shown in the redacted image below. Bolton said the information appears to be related to a breach that occurred in January 2013.