The one who hacked AdultFriendFinder is trying to sell details of famous people

The one who hacked AdultFriendFinder is trying to sell details of famous people

A hacker is said to be trying to sell the details of 4 million users of the adult website.

A hacker is said to be trying to sell the details of 4 million users of the adult website. 

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British MP’s and judges are under risk of humiliation as hacker is trying to sell their personal details. As a result, they may be manipulated by foreign governments and agencies.

At the end of May details of approximately 4 million people were leaked into hacker’s hands. Their emails, sexual life details and even nude photos can be easily sold to anyone.

The founder of McAfee antivirus software told Sky News that hacker acted under nickname ROR(OG). He showed Mr McAfee the whole database of the site. Mr McAfee said that three British MP’s and four judges are in the database. According to him, the hacker is now trying to sell the information about them for $20m.

Mr McAfee, the founder of McAfee Antivirus Software

Mr McAfee, the founder of McAfee Antivirus Software

Mr McAfee thinks that if someone buys the details about them, Britain will have some serious consequences.

I think someone’s gonna pay the $20m and just take the whole thing

All the rest users just have to hope that their lives won’t be devastated after everybody gets to know their sexual secrets and preferences.

The only thing we can do – is to wait. Who knows what ROR(OG) is about to do with the private details, which cost millions of dollars.

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