Hackers breached 1.1 Million users data of BeautifulPeople dating site

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BeautifulPeople.com, is a dating site that allows their users to vote existing members of the opposite sex based on their looks. Over 1.1 Million users data has been leaked online.

According to Tory Hunt. a security researcher who runs HavelBeenPwned.com website, has announced that leaked details of those users has been added to his site. Registered users on BeautifulPeople.com can go to the Hunt’s service and search for their email address and see if their details are included in the leak.

In a tweet Tory Hunt said that, among the 1.1 million users data, 170 of them where .gov email addresses.

The leaked data contains users phone number, email adresses, encrypted passwords, geo-location information, and salary information of more than “100 individual data attributes.”

People who registered on BeautifulPeople.com before last Christmas are vulnerable.

According to BeautifulPeople.com spokesperson said that, “The breach involves data that was provided by members prior to mid July 2015. No more recent user data or any data relating to users who joined from mid July 2015 onward is affected,”

In 2009, nearly 1.8 million ugly people were rejected from the site for being too ugly.

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