After confirming that member passwords were comprised, eHarmony said today it is continuing to investigate the incident, but it appears no other information was taken.
“While our investigation is ongoing, we have not found any indication that other information was accessed, nor have we received any reports of unauthorized log-ins to member accounts,” eHarmony spokeswoman Becky Teraoka wrote in a blog post. “We have also been working with law enforcement authorities in our investigation and have been in touch with one of the other companies affected as well.”
The blog post doesn’t give specific numbers on how many members were affected by the incident, but Teraoka wrote that it was a “small percentage of accounts.” The company disabled the passwords of those accounts and sent an e-mail to affected members, advising them to change their passwords. (Read More)