Topface rudating

21-May-2016 04:22

For real results on these types of sites you need multiple memberships anyway, dont believe anyone that says you only need their membership b*llocks. Come on guys, what do you expect from a dating site? It did not convince me but it was not as bad as most people try to make you believe!I talk to what is near a 150 women, and everyone except a 2 were scammers..50% of the user credentials belong to Russians and 40% are from European region.

He has confirmed the findings of our investigation and has made an agreement with Topface for no further distribution of acquired email addresses database.As if online dating wasn't sketchy enough, now you have to worry about hackers.About 20 million accounts on a Russia-based dating website called Topface, according to a report by Bloomberg. The thief who operated under the alias "Mastermind" then offered the accounts for sale on a website used by cyber criminals, which was detected by the fraud-detection software-maker, Easy Solutions Inc.Russian dating site Topface has confirmed it has paid off a hacker who revealed a flaw in its security systems, through which he stole 20 million email addresses.Earlier this week a hacker called Mastermind published a list of over 20 million email addresses obtained from the dating website to highlight the "outrageous" problem of such sites using millions of fake profiles to trick customers into signing up to their service.

He has confirmed the findings of our investigation and has made an agreement with Topface for no further distribution of acquired email addresses database.

As if online dating wasn't sketchy enough, now you have to worry about hackers.

About 20 million accounts on a Russia-based dating website called Topface, according to a report by Bloomberg. The thief who operated under the alias "Mastermind" then offered the accounts for sale on a website used by cyber criminals, which was detected by the fraud-detection software-maker, Easy Solutions Inc.

Russian dating site Topface has confirmed it has paid off a hacker who revealed a flaw in its security systems, through which he stole 20 million email addresses.

Earlier this week a hacker called Mastermind published a list of over 20 million email addresses obtained from the dating website to highlight the "outrageous" problem of such sites using millions of fake profiles to trick customers into signing up to their service.

50% of the credentials were for people based in Russia, and 40% came from the European Union.