This is based on data that they have obtained which supposed exposes a whopping 412 million accounts. AdultFriendFinder itself had 339 million accounts exposed, while the rest belonged to other websites under the Friend Finder Network like Cams.com and Penthouse.com. There were also about 15 million accounts that were supposedly deleted, but their info was still in the database when it was hacked.
So like we said, even if you’ve stopped using those websites, there is a chance your info could have still been stolen. According to Friend Finder Networks, they have yet to officially confirm the hack. However according to Diana Ballou, vice president and senior counsel, they did note that they have received reports of “potential security vulnerabilities.”
“While a number of these claims proved to be false extortion attempts, we did identify and fix a vulnerability that was related to the ability to access source code through an injection vulnerability. FriendFinder takes the security of its customer information seriously and will provide further updates as our investigation continues.”