Beautiful people dating site members
Data stolen in the breach is now being sold online, including sexual preferences, relationship status, income, addresses and more.has been hacked with user data posted online, security researchers have found.When security researcher Chris Vickery informed According to Hunt the available data includes: "Beauty ratings, Car ownership statuses, Dates of birth, Drinking habits, Education levels, Email addresses, Genders, Geographic locations, Home ownership statuses, Income levels, IP addresses, Job titles, Names, Passwords, Personal descriptions, Personal interests, Physical attributes, Sexual preferences, Smoking habits, Website activity".Vickery told that the database he obtained also contained 15 million messages that were sent between users.
"Letting fatties roam the site is a direct threat to our business model and the very concept for which Beautiful was founded." The site describes itself as an "elite online club, where every member works the door" -- that is, users can join only after enough members vote them "beautiful" during the 48 hours after their profile is uploaded."We responded to complaints by moving the newly chubby members back to the rating stage.This is the same as having them re-apply," Greg Hodge, managing director of Beautiful People.com, said in a statement.The company said it "expelled" 1,520 users from the U. K., 533 from Canada, 510 from Poland, 425 from Germany, 402 from Italy, 323 from France, 220 from Denmark, 176 from Turkey and 88 people from Russia.In the e-mail, it gave users suggestions for boot camps and workout facilities to get themselves back in shape. No, it's not, but it's honest." And on this site, beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder; only one in five applicants is normally accepted, a company statement said. has been grossly over-indulging since Thanksgiving. It's no wonder that so many members have been expelled from the network.