Neither the company nor Fire Eye would comment on the size of the breach or what regions the affected members reside in."Until the investigation is completed, it will be difficult to determine with certainty the full scope of the incident, but we will continue to work vigilantly to address this potential issue and will provide updates as we learn more from our investigation," Friend Finder's statement continued."We cannot speculate further about this issue, but rest assured, we pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected," it said.(May 23) Azerbaijani officials said 16 people died and more than 50 were injured in a fire at an apartment building on Tuesday.
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One of the largest online dating sites, the 64 million-member Adult Friend Finder.com, has contacted law enforcement and high-profile security firm Fire Eye to investigate a data breach.
Information including sexual preference, marital status and other personal data (dates of birth, email addresses and addresses) for as many as 4 million members may have been stolen, according to U. news agency Channel 4, which first reported the incident.
The news outlet made the discovery as part of an investigation into the "dark web" ad less visible subset of the Internet where criminals trade in illicit goods.