Thousands of people seeking love received a rude Valentine’s gift yesterday in the form of an e-mail from Coffee Meets Bagel (CMB) day.
The users for the popular relationship platform had been informed that their account information was taken by an “unauthorised celebration”.
The information, which include names and email addresses greater than six million CMB users, happens to be placed on sale regarding the web that is dark 0.13 Bitcoin, or just around $600.
CMB, a dating that is mobile business situated in bay area in america state of Ca, premiered in April 2012.
It really is popular in Singapore, with CMB formerly claiming it had made 1.6 million matches, with 28 million communications delivered by users right right here in 2017.
Users are matched according to their passions and will contact one another just regarding the software after “liking” one another’s pages.
Users of Coffee suits Bagel were informed that their account information might have been taken by the “unauthorised celebration”.Photo: Coffee Meets Bagel
In 2016, CMB advertised that 100,000 users became partners through the application, and therefore 60 % of users were feminine.
In its email to users yesterday, CMB stated the stolen data had been from before May 2018.
Tech news web web site The Register reported that 673MB of information from 6,174,513 CMB accounts has been hawked online.
It’s not understood just how many of these were from Singapore. Continue reading “Singaporeans hit by dating app drip, information of 6 million users for sale on dark internet”