Following the recent release by hackers of 163,792 names usernames, e-mail addresses, IP addresses and passwords, says the information did not come from its database.

"They reveal that the number of records stored in their database doesn’t even closely match the large number of records published online by the hackers, highlighting the fact that all the passwords are encrypted," writes Softpedia's Eduard Kovacs.

"Furthermore, they say that the site was down on March 25 for a scheduled maintenance and not because of a data breach," Kovacs writes.

Go to "MilitarySingles Denies Being Hacked by LulzSec Reborn" to read the details.

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