"As we made an agreement with him we do not see any reason for him to break it," said Filatov.Atlanta-based fraud protection firm Easy Solutions disclosed the hack on Sunday, reporting on its blog that a hacker known as "Mastermind" was attempting to sell 20 million credentials from an unnamed dating site.
It only took me two days to come up with my interesting fact, which is “One time I got my hand stuck in a jar of organic peanut butter.” Pretty great, right?I didn’t hear anything back on Loveflutter, I assume because of the meteoric rise of peanut allergies?"We have paid him an award for finding a vulnerability and agreed on further cooperation in the field of data security," Filatov said in an email on Friday, declining to disclose the size of the reward.Topface says it has some 92 million users and 1.6 million daily visitors.Cybersecurity experts typically advise companies not to pay hackers to return stolen data, calling that a ransom and saying cybercriminals often break promises.
But Filatov noted that the ads have already been removed and Topface has agreed not to pursue charges against the unidentified individual.
It’s become so huge in the last few months, the Atlanta Hawks even hosted a “Swipe right for Tinder” night, featuring suites to meet in at halftime with roses and mints.
I’ve been Tindering for a few months now, so when the opportunity came up to find some alternatives to the app, I thought it would be a great way to go on a few dates, makes some friends, and get some work done all at once.
That’s never worked for me before, and it isn’t working now, but a friend told me they had a successful “date” through it, so I’ll chalk this one up to bad timing.
The next app is another I have some experience with, which may help the process along.
Anyway, here’s the list, hopefully your luck will be better than mine. I was used to the endless stream of faces provided by Tinder, so I want to start somewhere that emphasizes quality over quantity.