The hack marks the second time in two years that AdultFriendFinder has been hacked, according to LeakedSource. The company also kept logins for a site they don’t even run anymore (FriendFinder sold Penthouse.com to Penthouse Global Media in February). FriendFinder also retained email and passwords for over 15 million people who had deleted their accounts. “Immediately upon learning this information, we took several steps to review the situation and bring in the right external partners to support our investigation,” FriendFinder Networks Vice President and Senior Counsel Diana Ballou told to the media.The vulnerability reveals the database names, internal IP details, and the generic six-character password used to access them. At the time some records were posted, the data was 74-days old. Ransomware threats are possible, sexual secrets being exposed.