The Hacker group ShinyHunters have posted the sensitive information of more than 2.3 million of MeetMindful’s registered users on a hacker forum.
Hacker group ShinyHunters have leaked the sensitive information of more than 2.3 million of MeetMindful’s registered users.
ShinyHunters was reportedly able to export an outdated version of a list of basic user information due to improperly secured AWS S3 buckets.
Names, email addresses, address information, body details, dating preferences, marital status, birth data, location data, IP addresses, Bcrypt-hashed passwords, Facebook user IDs, and Facebook authentication tokens were taken and shared as a 1.2 GB file on a RaidForum, a hacker forum.
Since the leak, Raidforum has been viewed more than 1,500 times and the data dump is still available for download.
“We are deeply sorry for that this has happened, and want to be as candid and transparent as possible about what occurred, who was affected, and how we’re moving forward,” said MeetMindful.
MeetMindful claimed that the vulnerability has already been patched after it was identified.
Aside from Meetmindful, ShinyHunters have also leaked data from Teespring.com and Bonobos.
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