The threat actor leaked the data for free download on a publicly accessible hacking forum.
“The leaked data, a 1.2 GB file, appears to be a dump of the site’s users database.” reported ZDNet.
Leaked data included real names, email addresses, city, state, and ZIP details, body details, dating preferences, marital status, birth dates, latitude and longitude, IP addresses, bcrypt-hashed account passwords, Facebook user IDs, and Facebook authentication tokens.
The availability of such data expose users of the dating site to several cybercriminals activities, including sextortion and scams.
ZDNet pointed out that the leaked dump doesn’t include the messages exchanged by the registered users.
MeetMindful has yet to confirm the alleged data breach.
Thousands of users of the hacker forum have viewed the thread where the MeetMindful data was shared, this means that it is already circulating in the hacking community.
Early this week, ShinyHunters leaked the details of millions of users registered on Teespring, and in November he leaked data of the Pluto TV service.
In July, ShinyHunters offered on a hacker forum a collection of databases stolen from eighteen companies, over 386 million user records available online.
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(SecurityAffairs – hacking, MeetMindful)
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