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"Not only that, he tells us 5 or 6 other dating sites in the industry have been breached, and he gives me what he claims is the administrative password for a dating company I won't name but it's very famous." Russo and Fenochietto later tell Frind that "in exchange for complete access to all of our source code and SQL servers they can make sure we aren't attacked again," Frind wrote.
"Then i'm going to sue you In Canada, US and UK and argintina [sic].
But on top of that, the company appears to store its customer and user passwords in plain text, which is a Security 101 no-no," he wrote.
"Companies that fail to take even this basic security step and then look for places to point the finger when they get hacked show serious disregard for the security and privacy of their use." PCMag reached out to other dating sites to see if they had been affected by any sort of hack.
Given that Krebs and Russo were friends on Facebook, Frind said he initially suspected that Krebs might in on the hack, but later reconsidered.
"Just to be clear krebs didn't have anything to do with this.
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Russo was allegedly in a panic and told Frind that he had to fly to Argentina or Washington, DC to help stop the attacks.