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Hackers have breached the database for dating site MilitarySingles.com.
"The hack was announced on Twitter [on March 25] by Operation Digiturk and a database of 163,792 names, usernames, e-mail addresses, IP addresses, and passwords has been dumped on the Internet," according to DataBreaches.net.
"The tweet was accompanied by the hashtags #anonymous #antisec #infosec," the article states.
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