On March 4, 2012, a hacker group called The Consortium released over 72,000 accounts containing emails and passwords in cleartext obtained from digitalplayground.com, an adult site operated by Luxemborg-based adult entertainment IT company, Manwin Holding SARL. Manwin is also the parent company of YouPorn, which had been breached as well late last month. A cached copy of the message posted by The Consortium regarding the release is available from http://zone-h.org/mirror/id/17184557. The leak, according to group, was published to expose the lack of security on the site that leaves customers' data including their credit card information in plain sight to hackers.



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