Military dating website claims LulzSec hack didn't happen?
An unidentified admin for Tennessee-based E Singles Inc. denied that its website, MilitarySingles.com, was breached, despite claims to the contrary.
In a comment, left on DataBreaches.net, the admin said the hack never happened. Among the evidence cited is that the number of members in the site's database does not match the number claimed to have been affected, and that its users' passwords are encrypted. Administrator for Databreaches.net, Dissent, is unconvinced that the breach didn't happen "I have been covering this stuff for a while now, and frankly, have never known Anonymous-related data dumps to be fabricated."
Hackers from the group LulzSec Reborn exposed what they claim to be account information, including names, usernames, passwords and IP addresses, belonging to some 170,000 members of MilitarySingles.com on Pastebin.
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