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Leaked Source.com, a site that collects and processes so-called “megabreaches,” giant hacks of user data, announced Sunday that hackers have stolen and shared nearly 340 million Adult Friend Finder accounts.
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Symantec has been investigating this issue, and they have found that there were a few high profile accounts that had followers from 20,000 upwards to hundreds of thousands that had been compromised.
It seems that these attackers are going after a variety of accounts, no matter the amount of followers.
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