Personal data from more than 1.5 million users of a dating site network that encourages its members to “have a fling” and “have an affair” has been found online. The database, run by C&Z Tech Limited, a New Zealand-based dating company that runs a number of websites and mobile apps, like HaveAFling.mobi, HaveAnAffair.mobi, andHookUpDating.mobi, was found exposed on the open internet and without a password. That data includes usernames and email addresses, passwords (stored in plain text), gender, dates of birth, profile photos, the country of residence. And other personal information like body type, height and weight (if a user chooses to enter it), desires, interests, race, turn-ons, the type of person a user is seeking to interact with, and whether the user smokes and drinks.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet