Follow Slashdot blog updates by subscribing to our blog RSS feed. Actually not. A lot of men have simply given op on the idea of dating. So these sites are left with mostly thirsty women, and there are a few of the so called "Chads and Tyrones" who get laid a lot. But most women on these dating sites do not find most of the men on the sites attractive at all. Leaks happen enough that developers should be scared into encrypting their data at-rest.
42 million unencrypted passwords leaked from hacked online dating site Cupid Media
Hacks, Nudes, and Breaches: It's Been a Rough Month for Dating Apps | WIRED
Online dating is complicated. And while we hear success stories of couples who found love in a hopeless place i. Tinder, Bumble, whatever , achieving relationship gold seems pretty impossible when you're in the thick of swiping left and right. And once you do match with a few lucky dudes, you've got to weed out the winners from the ones who think a great opening line is, "Yo. Since no one has time to deal with all that nonsense, we talked to women about how their strategies make the online dating world slightly less maddening and monotonous—and asked them to send screenshots of how these tactics really go down IRL. It's exhausting.
Users complain of account hacks, but OkCupid denies a data breach
Sensitive data shared online last week belonged to US website MeetMindful and included users' names, email addresses and location data. The data dump was posted to a publicly accessible hacking forum where crooks can download it for free, a cyber security expert told ZDNet. Stored in a 1.
But what became of the marriages of the guilty parties, whose secret infidelity was suddenly not-so-secret at all? One man who was exposed in the hacking has now spoken out about what happened to him in an article for the LA Times. Rick Thomas was 56 when he joined Ashley Madison. Whatever it was, I easily found fault in my marriage.