A hacker has leaked the information more than 2.23 million meetmindful dating site users including the people’ labels, email addresses, and location. The data had been published on publicly available hacking forums which are often installed for free.

The whole database had been scrunched right up in a 1.2GB document that contain the qualifications associated with the common matchmaking service’s users such as their Twitter IDs and delivery times.

This information is enough to be able to trace the people’ real-world identities, regulators state. But in a statement, the violation just included an outdated listing of individual information and did not feature their credit card details.

The hack reportedly occurred in one of their particular databases in Colorado on January 20, 2021.

MeetMindful’s Keith Gruen mentioned: ‘the audience is deeply sorry that the has occurred. We identified the susceptability and immediately resolved it.’

The matchmaking solution is now calling all the people have been impacted and better if the customers change their passwords.