While the viewing of pornography is (for the most part) universally accepted it’s not a conversation you'd have at the dinner table with friends and family (if you do though, you’ve taken 'sharing and caring' to a whole new level). We’re pretty sure that if you do watch porn—and don’t act you never have—that you wouldn’t like your viewing habits known to the world, but that’s exactly what happened when user details from pornographic website Brazzers, were leaked.

At least 80,000 peoples' names and details have been made available on the internet after hackers gained access through a discussion forum. The leak appears to have originated from the Brazzersforum site where—for God knows what reason—enthusiastic users were discussing their favourite scenes and performers. As the logins from the forum and the main site are the same, it meant that the cyber attackers were able to access the main site, via the logins they stole from the forum.

Speaking to Motherboard, security researcher Timothy Hunt said that:

"Problem with a hack like that is it's a forum. Worse than just adult website creds, this is what people were talking and fantasising about."

The data was stolen back in 2013 but has only just become public knowledge. The data breach was confirmed by two security hackers who then passed the information onto Motherboard.

If there was ever a time to clear your web history and start using Google’s 'incognito' window, it’s now.

[Via The Independent]