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Miscreants managed to squirt malware at users of dating site Plenty Of Fish after planting malicious code in tainted ads.

Users of Plenty Of Fish are targeted by an array of fake adverts via the site’s ad network (as.360yield.com).

So first up is Plenty of Fish, one of the more popular dating sites and by 'popular' I mean that it's free, there is no vetting process and it's like looking through 700,000 profiles from people who would quite happily set you on fire. Anyway, one of those many, many free sites is Ok Cupid. The Ladies 'Don't message me, I don't want to talk to you. 'My favourite word in the English language is "meadow" - aw, mine is 'cunt.'...

On the male side you have highly original taglines, for example: 'Looking to meat someone.' (sinister) 'Who's out there! ) 'Left prison for good' (Stayed in prison for evil? Looks wise this isn't too bad and a million times better than that abomination from hell, Plenty of Fish.

“As mentioned, it’s just the ad network being used by the site, which is serving visitors the exploit and, by association, any malware.” You don’t even need to click on the adverts – in fact, users are automatically targeted by using an attack that detects if your computer can be infected (via outdated software), and launches directly that way,” he added.

contacted Plenty Of Fish’s PR representatives but we’ve yet to receive a reply, so it’s unclear whether or not the infection has been resolved.

MY ACCOUNT KEEPS GETTING DELETED AND I DEMAND TO KNOW WHY! But there are genuine and real persons on the site but in my opinion Mingle2day, Quick Flirt, and Match simply work a little better.

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