Researchers at VPNMentor were able to access almost more than one million user accounts associated with the pornographic website Luscious.

VPNMentor’s Noam Rotem and Ran Locar found 1.195 million records associated with the one million registered site users containing a variety of information that could be ruinous to the individuals if released. The nature of the breach itself was not disclosed.

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