StayFriends members’ personal info exposed by SQL injection

The same individual, “unu,” who has been exposing other web sites vulnerable to SQL injection, has issued some screen shots showing how the German site, StayFriends, left its over 7 million users’ personal information vulnerable to exposure or access.

According to the account of the hack, the exposure involved names, email addresses, passwords, some credit card data, and social security numbers.

The site was secured before “unu” published the screenshots. There does not appear to be any statement on the home page about the incident or allegations.

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