The dating site Adult FriendFinder was hacked by Andrew Auernheimer. Customer’s e-mail addresses, birthdays, zip codes, usernames, passwords and even their names have been exposed to the public by the computer hacker. When Andrew was asked why he had done such a thing he responded: “I went straight for government employees because they seem the easiest to shame.” Listen to an interview with the hacker and find out more on the story after the jump.

Adult FriendFinder collects information from their customers that are extremely detailed and personal such as, preferred sexual situations, gender preference, their desires in the bedroom and what they like.

Andrew used Twitter to publicly identify and humiliate users. A few of his victims so far are a Washington police academy commander, a California state tax worker, an FAA employee and a naval intelligence officer who tried to cheat on his wife supposedly.

The company is working on the issue currently and invesitgating the breach further.
“We cannot speculate further about this issue, but rest assured, we pledge to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our customers if they are affected.”

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Source: CNN