Despite strong encryption, one group claims to have cracked over 11 million of the leaked passwords already.
The company and its roughly 39 million users have been reeling ever since hackers dumped reams of personal data on the worldwide web.
As apps go, this one is pretty douchey.
Money for nothin'.
"Password," "123456," and "fuckme" appear a lot.
The company's security was bad, the hackers say.
A presentation appears to show revenue the hacked site made from features including its "full delete" option.
The personal info of millions of adulterers is out there somewhere, waiting to wreck some marriages.