Amateur singles stolen private videos from dating site
In one such example, recently reported by the Register, a man using the account name of “Hot Lips” recounts his experience with a Russian dating scamstress, explaining that “After some correspondence, ‘she’, confessed that ‘she’ actually lived in Omsk, Russia.
This was all accompanied by some very nice pictures of someone.
The hacker posted around 400 usernames and passwords on anonymous note site Pastebin in a series of "teasers" for the main list.
Some Reddit users were able to successfully log into Dropbox using the information posted before the company deactivated all of the leaked passwords. The most likely source of the information is a third-party site that had poor security.
In a scientific paper detailing these findings, Tibshirani also gives a detailed description of how to determine accuracy, however a simplified method involves throwing a series of darts and recording where they fall.
Statistician Ryan Tibshirani wrote in his article, titled Don't try for triple 20: Where to aim if you are bad at darts, that professional players - those who throw with an accuracy within 5mm (less than a fifth of an inch) - should aim for the treble 20.
The most frustrating part of her dating experience?
Graham Kendall from the University of Nottingham explains the best strategy to win every time - or at least boost your chances of success Writing on The Conversation, Professor Kendal explained how the layout of a darts board is a circle cut into 20 equal arcs, with an inner and outer bullseye at the centre, and two rings - one halfway and one on the outer rim of the circle, representing treble and double scores respectively.
Ryan Tibshirani, in his article Don't try for triple 20: Where to aim if you are bad at darts, suggests that excellent players - those who throw with an accuracy within 5mm - should aim for the treble 20.
Constantly meeting people who looked nothing like their profile photographs.'Needless to say, I didn’t stay long,' says the Battersea-based photographer.
'It’s not that I’m shallow about looks - far from it - but it’s about being honest to people from the outset.
Hackers don't need to try and target the tech giants anymore.