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"The database dump appears to be legitimate and contains usernames, passwords, credit card data (last four numbers), street addresses, full names, and much, much more," said Dave Kennedy at the security firm Trusted Sec in a blog post.
"It also contains an extensive amount of internal data which looks like the hackers had maintained access to their environment for a long period of time." Security blogger Brian Krebs said that despite some initial doubts, "there is every indication this dump is the real deal." Krebs said on his website that "I've now spoken with three vouched sources who all have reported finding their information and last four digits of their credit card numbers in the leaked database." Independent security researcher Graham Cluley said the leak could be catastrophic for members of the website.
"It's easy to imagine that some people might be vulnerable to blackmail, if they don't want details of their membership or sexual proclivities to become public," Cluley said in a blog post.