Where to promote dating sites

30 Sep

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I have no desire to enter the same industries as them, but I have the spare cash to put into an experiment, so I thought “why not”.

Before I did anything, I joined a forum called Stack That Money.

It’s a forum my friends in question used to be a part of and I thought that if I could speed up my learning, I would also be able to speed up the results I get and it would make for a better case study.

The security experts imagine weak passwords are the reason for these breached accounts, especially because 600m hacked passwords have appeared in 2016.

In addition to changing the bio and username, the hackers add sexually suggestive images to the feed and the profile picture, despite keeping all the images uploaded by the original account owner.