Furry erotica site 'High Tail Hall' exposed data of nearly 500K users

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An Adult furry erotica site High Tail Hall suffered a data breach exposing the information of 411,755 fury fans.

An Adult furry erotica site High Tail Hall suffered a data breach exposing the information of 411,755 fury fans.

The breach occurred in August 2018 of site featuring a customisable role playing game video game featuring sexualised animals leaked customer records including mail addresses, names and order histories, according to Have I Been Pwned.

Have I Been Pwned Founder Troy Hunt, contacted the team behind the game as soon as he became aware of the incident to which the site acknowledged the breach and responded that it has since been fixed.

"As of the overhaul in October of 2018, we are using a much more advanced and stable security system," the adult website said.

Researchers recommend users change their passwords. The incident is the latest in a string of data breaches affecting adult sites with one of the most recent attacks being in October 2018, eight pornography sites were compromised exposing more than 1.2 million email addresses.

This article was originally published on SC Media US.

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