You’ll never hear me recommended that you join the site Plenty of Fish. Is this free dating site now the victim of a hack, similar to Ashley Madison perhaps? Keep reading to find out..
POF.com Puts Users At Risk with Malware
The famous free dating site, Plentyoffish.com, that recently sold to Match.com is now putting their users at serious risk. According to News.com.au, an ad that was running on the site last week may have done some serious damage to the current users. That ad was said to have possibly dropped a malware infection on to users computers that did not have antivirus software installed on their computers.
The good news is, unlike the incredibly hack of the affair dating site Ashley Madison, in this case, Plenty of Fish users were not at risk of having their personal data leaked. If you’ve recently visited Plenty of Fish, I’d suggest that you scan your computer for any malware and make sure that your antivirus is up-to-date.
Only Use The Dating Sites I Recommend
If you want to prevent from having to deal with all these types of issues, I’d suggest you start taking my advice and focus on joining only the sites that I recommend. (These ones right here.) I’ve been doing this for years and I know what works and what’s safe. Yes, you’ll see Ashley Madison listed in my top ten (for now) because it works and can get you laid. Right now though, I’d suggest checking out FuckBook instead. And for gosh sakes, don’t even think about using Plentyoffish.com!