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In this case, the hashes of 1.5 million e Harmony passwords were uploaded to websites, where hackers were encouraged to join forces to crack them.
What really disappoints me is that e Harmony misses an opportunity to tell its users explicitly that if they use the same password on other websites they must change their passwords there also.
In a blog post, e Harmony’s corporate communications chief Becky Teraoka said that the firm was resetting the passwords of affected users.I also use a few sites directed towards women eg hair and makeup sites and get ads for dating sites I get targeted ads which are based on stuff I've looked at online (clothes, sports gear); I also get facebook ads which seem to be targeted at 40s female demographic-type eg hair, makeup, cosmetic procedures (! When my FB profile stated I was interested in men and women I got a lot of ads for lesbian holidays.My DH and I both play a stupid FB game; I don't seem to get ads on it but DH gets ads for dating sites (message: middle aged gamer men must be single)i don't get pop up ads of any kind though.It’s all about demographics, my h gets over 40 dating, funeral plans, cars and shit loads of bitcoin for some reason, I get beauty stuff, business related things and insurance stuff If your husband downloads movies like Fromm pirate bay etc which a lot of people do they spam your computer with all kinds of crap like that sometimes even opening up random porn sites that go into history making it look as tho they had been searched One good way you can be 100% sure is download splash top dobthe custom install so no trace on the computer then when you go out simply click logon and can see the whole screen It’s definitely could be innocent.I get them from streaming tv and reading free ebooks (I assume these sites are the cause but could be anything) and I’m absolutely not looking for anything sex related online or outside of my marriage!' I was wondering what he'd been saying about me in his messages to his friends after that!No, it’s cookie related , I checked our router at one point and can see in full whats looked at (private browsing or not) you only have to see the amount of tracking cookies related to a single web page view (including mumsnet by the way) and you will realise why you get so many targeted ads or in some cases spam .I was I obviously didn't click on through the site but you can usually see from history if it's been a site that someone has actually browsed through or just been to the home page, which i would count as accidental Those ads can be targeted at a lot of "male-based" websites, my brother used to be obsessed with cars and every time he'd been on the computer there were hundreds of porny/chat/dating pop ups - full history checked, nothing but cars. On my old computer I used to get them popping up here, on MN.I could never click on any thread about sex, or relationships without Svetlana appearing and offering to service me live on a webcam. (and I'm not into Svetlanas) Someone geeky said it was malware but I never got rid of it.Not necessarily, it could mean you have a virus or have just been on a dodgy website.I watched a US tv series online and now my computer constantly pops up with half naked girls.