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The cache may also include 15 million email addresses connected to deleted accounts, according to Leaked Source.
The data was stolen last month using a vulnerability exposed around the same time, Leaked Source reported.
Last month a hacker known as Revolver or 1x0123 claimed he had gained access to the site’s backend servers through a Local File Inclusion hack before posting two screenshots purporting to show compromised data to his Twitter feed.
The latest breach follows a high profile hack in May 2015 that led to the leaking of 4 million records.
The Adult Friend Finder data stretched back 20 years and included information such as usernames, emails, join dates and the date of a user’s last visit, according to Leaked Source.
Passwords were also included in the trove — the vast majority of them featured unsecured protections or none at all, the report said.
The previous Friend Finder Network breach came to light in May 2015 and affected 3.5 million accounts.
“It’s clear that the organisation has failed to learn from its past mistakes and the result is 412 million victims that will be prime targets for blackmail, phishing attacks and other cyber fraud,” he added.Solutions such as 2-factor authentication could have easily helped avert a breach of this magnitude.Hundreds of millions of Adult Friend Finder (AFF) accounts appear to have been exposed once again.Security experts criticised that site for not doing enough to prevent a repeat breach.