Board of Directors and the introduction of a new page on the website dedicated to the recent International Shroud Conference in Pasco, Washington.
Today's additions also include a Special Feature on The Shroud and the Eastern Orthodox Church, a new feature called News From Turin, the latest issue of the , coverage of the recent 2017 Jalsa Salana Convention in England, news of a special Day of the Shroud in Krakow, Poland, the announcement of STERA, Inc.'s 2017 Fundraising Campaign, a preview of what is coming to in 2018, links to many new books, articles, papers and videos and much more.
The most recent update appears at the top of the page.
As you scroll down through the page, you can review the items that were added this year in chronological order.
(We have more on how we verify breaches here.)When reached, Friend Finder Networks confirmed the site vulnerability, but would not outright confirm the breach."Over the past several weeks, Friend Finder has received a number of reports regarding potential security vulnerabilities from a variety of sources.
The hack includes 339 million accounts from Adult Friend Finder.com, which the company describes as the "world's largest sex and swinger community."That also includes over 15 million "deleted" accounts that wasn't purged from the databases.ZDNet verified the portion of data by contacting some of the users who were found in the breach.One user (who we are not naming because of the sensitivity of the breach) confirmed he used the site once or twice, but said that the information they used was "fake" because the site requires users to sign up.When pressed on details, Ballou declined to comment further.
But why Friend Finder Networks has held onto millions of accounts belonging to customers is a mystery, given that the site was sold to Penthouse Global Media in February."We are aware of the data hack and we are waiting on Friend Finder to give us a detailed account of the scope of the breach and their remedial actions in regard to our data," said Kelly Holland, the site's chief executive, in an email on Saturday.
When asked, Revolver denied he was behind the data breach, and instead blamed users of an underground Russian hacking site.