It's significantly larger than the hack of extramarital affairs dating website Ashley Madison back in 2015, which saw nearly 40 million user accounts leaked to the world.
Passwords were encrypted, but insecurely, and Leaked Source says it has managed to crack 99% of them.
It's not clear who was behind the attack, though Leaked Source says it occurred in October 2016.
But in 2007 there was a dispute and Pay Pal stopped accepting payments for membership at that site, although it continued to accept payments for book purchases and other related merchandise on the site.
In 2011, Wade launched Whats Your and that’s when Pay Pal decided to freeze all of his accounts, including his personal one.
The online dating scene is a bit of a jungle, with people claiming to be who they aren’t (younger, mainly) and potential matches getting stuck in endless email conversations before ever meeting.
But with promising new sites launching all the time, it’s becoming easier to navigate the landscape and find the right fit for you, whether you’re looking for companionship, a lifelong lover or a fun date for the weekend.au reports: Plenty of Fish claims to be the largest online dating site with more than 3 million daily active users and if any of those users did not have antivirus software installed, they are at risk of malware infection.The malicious advertisement was distributed by an ad network placing ads on Po F.com, and used Google’s URL shortener to redirect visitors to a series of websites that ended with the Nuclear browser exploit kit, which infects systems (mostly Windows PCs) through vulnerabilities in widely used browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash Player, Silverlight, Adobe Reader and Java.The former site allows singles to bid on first dates, while the latter is for “sugar daddies” and “sugar babies” seeking “mutually beneficial relationships.” Wade is suing online payments provider Pay Pal after being dropped as a client.Pay Pal provided payments processing for Seeking when it was founded in 2006, Wade tells A recent Pew survey on remarriage found that divorce rates for older Americans have doubled since 1990 and one in two divorced or widowed seniors had remarried in 2013.