We take matters of data security extremely seriously and have conducted thorough audits of all our internal systems and are confident that no outside party breached any of these systems.Our ongoing investigations point to a human error by one of our third party technology providers, which led to an exposure of an extract of data.Easy going all the way you smile and your hair is looking to release.
When I read Cornflower's poetic testimony A Date With A Potter - 'You scrape me up / Throw me back in the bin/light a cigarette' - something precious in me died. It tells you how to write a pouting profile, how to juggle 42 men before lunch and how to avoid psychos, liars and bores.Rather, you want them to stay lonely and eventually, in the words of that iconic dater Bridget Jones, 'be eaten by dogs'. (That is another irritating thing about Soulmates - they are all too suspicious to give their real names to potential lovers so they have unfunny online pseudonyms like Empty The Bin or Buy Me AFuse or Kill Me Now.) Global_Gadabout (36, female) is a typical Soulmate.The issue came to light after users received offensive messages to email addresses they only used with the service.Jes Breslaw, director of strategy at Delphix, commented: "Given that the spam came as a result of a third party, it's likely the original breach came from a test system – which demonstrates the importance of adopting multi-layered security measures when working with third party consultants, contractors or outsourcers." Marco Cova, senior security researcher at Lastline, added that although the leaked information wasn't particularly sensitive it might still be used as fodder for follow-up phishing attacks.