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Hackers steal user data from porn site

User details and credit cards stolen for tens of thousands of users of Digital Playgrounds web site.
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Hackers from a group calling themselves The Consortium has claimed that they have stolen personal data from users of popular porn site, Digital Playground.

Over 73,000 customer details were stolen, including 40,000 credit cards. The group called the site security a "joke that we found much more amusing than they will."

"This site has so many freaking holes that if I didn't know it was a porn site, I would have mistaken it for a honeypot" the hackers said in a release.

The group also claimed to have accessed four servers as well as email accounts which also revealed details for the site operator's conference call. The hackers even quoted a staff member asking if anyone else was on the line.

"We were. Did we win? Sure looks that way," they said.

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