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Adult FriendFinder is one of the most popular destinations on the web for individuals, couples, and groups looking for casual encounters both online and in person. The site is a no-holds-barred, totally unfiltered adult haven packed with profiles, photos, videos, chat rooms, blogs, live member webcams, and more. Access to the full range of features is limited for non-paying members, but if you're looking for a hookup, a subscription is worth the cost. There's a reason Adult FriendFinder has ruled its niche for 20 years and counting.

Regions: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, International

Service Type: Adult, Hookup, Website

Looking For: Casual, Dating

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2019 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards - Sexy

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Once again Adult FriendFinder (AFF for short) is the Editors Top Pick - Sexy award recipient. The hookup scene in 2019 is still led by this adult oriented dating service thanks to the tens of millions of members who have met with success on this service in the last 20 plus years. In fact in this time period AFF has had over 91 million members join their service. This includes over 67 million from the United States, 5.7 million from Canada, and 8.7 million from the United Kingdom. Even during non-peak user times Adult FriendFinder usually has more than 90 thousand members online actively using the service to meet and chat with other members. During peak periods like evenings and on weekends, you can expect this number to triple.

AFF welcomes every type of person, this includes straight, gay and transgender. Intimate encounters are popular but you can find women and men interested in all types of kinky stuff.

2018 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards - Sexy

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For 2018 the Editors Top Pick - Sexy award recipient is Adult FriendFinder. This hookup site is a very popular adult dating site that has been online for over 20 years. They have tens of millions of members who are straight, gay and transgender. Thanks to advance detection system AFF has a high percentage of real members especially compared to other similar services.

Adult Friend Finder is a very busy community. Men and women who join this service are actively looking for a partner so many members have posted photos and videos. Currently AFF has over 98 million photos from members. Communication is key and this can be done either via email messages or by instant message (which has video).

To find the type of members you are looking for, AFF offers an easy to use search interface. The basic search is a good place to start but as you continue to use the service you will want to use the advanced search to really tailor the results and find those good matches.

2016 Dating Sites Reviews Choice Awards - Sexy

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The recipient of the Editors Top Pick - Sexy Award for 2016 is Adult FriendFinder. Launched in 1996 AFF has become one of the largest adult dating services for members looking to hookup. With over 40 million members on Adult FriendFinder looking for all sorts of activities there is sure to be members local to you that you can meet up with.

What makes Adult FriendFinder a great hookup community is how active it is. Members constantly are posting photos, videos, and communicating to each other via real-time chat and text messages. AFF is free to join and create a profile. Once complete you can search for members and view part of their profile, small versions of the pictures, and watch some user videos. You can also communicate with members on the instant messenger. This allows you to get a taste of what the service is like. If you want to do more like the ability to send messages and read complete profiles, you will need to subscribe to Adult FriendFinder.

Adult FriendFinder Hack Exposes 412 Million User Accounts

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A hack against popular adult dating and entertainment company FriendFinder Networks has exposed personal data linked to more than 412 million user accounts. The breach is one of the largest in history, and marks the second such incident at the company in two years.

Nearly 340 million accounts from the company’s flagship site, Adult FriendFinder, were compromised according to a report from LeakedSource. The hack also targeted other sites owned by FriendFinder Network, including, and records from, which was sold in February.

The Adult FriendFinder data stretched back 20 years. Information such as usernames, emails, and join dates was stolen, along with account passwords (the majority of which featured unsecured protections or none at all) and membership data like VIP status and browser information. The cache also appears to include 15 million email addresses from deleted accounts.

AdultFriendFinder's Database Hacked, Data On Sale For $17K

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Looking for a morally suspect way to blow $17,000? Here's an idea: purchase the private info stolen from an adult dating website.

According to multiple reports, a massive database of user data was swiped from casual hookup site AdultFriendFinder. It's now going for 70 bitcoins — the equivalent of nearly $17,000 — on the Dark Web.

Adult FriendFinder boasts 63 million users worldwide, billing itself as a "thriving sex community.” Up to 4 million members who shared sensitive sexual information with the site have been affected by the hack.

Allegedly the unredacted data for sale includes personal details like names, email addresses, and postal codes, as well as information about sexual habits and orientation. In addition to your garden variety identity fraud and spam, a breach of this nature could put users at risk of extortion and blackmail.

Interest in the poached info appears to be high. ROR[RG], the moniker used by the hacker who claims to have breached the site, wrote "I have had so many people ask me to buy the db today" in an underground forum on Saturday. ROR[RG] is also offering to break into any company or website for 750 bitcoins (about $170,000).

Within hours of the data being leaked, hackers on the forum declared their intentions to hit victims with spam emails. After sending out virused emails, they can trawl through the data for potential blackmail targets. So far there have been confirmed reports of users receiving spam with malware or trojans.

FriendFinder Networks, the Silicon Valley company that operates the service, says “there is no evidence that any financial information or passwords were compromised.” The company has hired the Mandiant response division of cyber-security company FireEye, which has previously investigated a number of high-profile breaches, to investigate.

In the meantime members are urged to update their user names and passwords. AdultFriendFinder is also temporarily blocking attempts to search for user profiles by any users who are suspected of being affected by the security issue.

"As is common with similar cyber attack events, until the investigation is completed, it will be difficult to confirm the full scope of the incident, but we will continue to work vigilantly to address this potential issue and will provide updates on this site as we learn more from our investigation," said Adult FriendFinder in a statement. "Protecting our members' information is our top priority and we will continue to take the appropriate steps needed to protect our members and their information."

Adult Dating Website Latest Target for Hackers

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The hacking of large company databases for personal and compromising information is on the rise. First it was giant retailer Target, then entertainment studio Sony, followed by a few of the major insurance companies - and it has been reported that as many as 200 companies have been hacked in the last few years, its victims their own customers and employees.

But this week, in perhaps the most personal of the recent data hacks, dating website Adult Friend Finder (a service for those looking for casual friendships and sexual hook-ups), has announced that its customer data has also been breached.

Channel 4 News in the UK has reported that the personal information of 3.9 million of’s members was discovered in an online forum for hackers, including users’ sexual preferences, e-mail addresses, dates of birth and, in some cases, whether they were looking to cheat on their spouses. The company has notified law enforcement agencies, but said that no financial or password information seems to have been stolen.

AdultFriendFinder is different from traditional dating sites in that the information people provide is much more personal. When a user signs up, the services asks him/ her to detail his interests and, based on those criteria, matches people for sexual encounters. The site, which boasts 64 million members, claims to have "helped millions of people find traditional partners, swinger groups, threesomes, and a variety of other alternative partners."

So customers who joined the website to anonymously post their sexual preferences for hook-ups might now face being exposed to family members, co-workers, bosses, and even spouses or partners, compromising their personal lives.

One controversial hacker took advantage of the now-exposed data to identify over Twitter and personally name four different men who were using the dating site – including one who was married. Because the data is now accessible to anyone, many more people could be publicly shamed as a result.

According to CNN Money: “The breach was carried out by a hacker who goes by the moniker ROR[RG]. In an online hacker forum, he said he blackmailed Adult FriendFinder, telling the site he would expose the data online unless the company paid him $100,000.”

"Until the investigation is completed, it will be difficult to determine with certainty the full scope of the incident, but we will continue to work vigilantly to address this potential issue and will provide updates as we learn more from our investigation," FriendFinder's statement said.

According to The Wall Street Journal, researchers noted that as awareness of the breach spread on Friday May 22nd, more copies of the files were appearing online, meaning more people potentially had access to the data.

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