Data Theft at Too Much Media … Allowed Hackers Access to Internet Porn Web sites’ Subscriber Lists.

 

Wanna get away? It would appear that a New Jersey based company, Too Much Media, has had a security breech. What does Too Much Media do? They sell accounting software for adult Web sites. The company told its customers last month that a security breach on its computers allowed hackers to access various adult Web sites’ subscriber lists. Ooops.

Keith Kimmel of Norman, Okla., who runs two Web sites that feature porn, said the breach has the potential to embarrass.

“Would you really want a record floating around the Internet that you subscribe to hardcore bondage?” he asked.

Really?

Posted January 15, 2008 by
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