all dudes anyway
probably all dudes on there anyway.
Online dating site eHarmony is asking some of its users to change their passwords following the discovery of a security breach. A SQL injection vulnerability on a secondary site created a possible means for screen names, email addresses and hashed passwords to be extracted. eHarmony is in the process of advising a small …
I tried to twice sign up to eHarmony, went through all their masses of questions and both times was told that because they didn't think they'd be able to match me with anyone, they refused to offer me their services!!
They wouldn't even let me sign up to the site so my details are safe at least!!
...horribly developed and managed systems, typically due to some off-the-shelf fresh-outta-college programmers.
Spin it as you may, eHarmony, but if you've got bugs in one system, you've got bugs in others. I typically close my accounts permanently on compromised services and find alternatives. Trust is to be earned, not spent.
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