Signing up for websites and services, you would assume the administrators deploy a certain cybersecurity level. Users of a popular adult website recently found out about inadequate security. A hacker breached its security protocols and managed to download a ton of personal information. Anytime a massive data breach like this occurs, numerous other threats begin to surface and could land in your inbox. Hackers performed an SQL injection attack on MyFreeCams and stole over 2 million usernames, passwords and email addresses. Advertising his loot on a message board forum, the hacker claims that the information was stolen in December last year. Each account has various token — all time changing.
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Do you ever have to sign up on any website to get services whether that be temporary or for a long time but soon you realize your mail is flooded with spam emails or ones that are of no use to you? You are not alone in this and everyone faces this problem. Well, to solve this problem, you have two solutions. There are a number of people who sign up for the websites and are okay to share their credentials with others and we have 30 websites that you can browse to find the set of credentials. Even if you want to have premium accounts of service providing the website or a studio like Netflix, Hulu, or any other expensive subscription-based website, you can get those set of usernames and passwords here too. Below is the list of top 30 websites for getting free usernames and passwords of any service provider like Amazon Prime, Netflix , Shutterstock, and so on.
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The FTC uses the information it gets from people who report scams to keep close watch on trends, so we can alert you to changes. The emails say they hacked into your computer and recorded you visiting adult websites. They threaten to distribute the video to your friends and family within hours, unless you pay into their Bitcoin account. Delete the message. Based on the timing of this spike, you may get one of these messages because your email was exposed in a recent data breach. The scammers may say they have access to your computer or webcam, or installed clever software to defeat you. But they may really know one of your old — or recent — passwords, and they include it in the message to prove it. If you, or someone you know, get a message like this, please report it to the FTC at www. I have been getting these periodically since October