Badoo, the popular social networking service popular in Asia, has been hacked and many users are reporting being unable to access the service.
However, it is not a bad thing.
Badoo is popular in many countries across Asia and other parts of the world, and is known for its high quality.
Its reputation for security and security-focused content is well-established.
However this hack appears to be different.
According to a report published by cybersecurity company, Badoo has been affected by a malicious actor who has made off with personal information from about 100,000 Badoo users, according to a source.
The breach is thought to have occurred in the last 24 hours, and has affected Badoo’s social networks page, Facebook and Twitter accounts.
The source added that the hackers gained access to the Badoo platform by using an infected version of a malicious web browser.
They used an outdated version of Adobe Flash Player and were able to steal users’ personal information, including their names, birthdays, and gender.
It is not clear how many users were affected.
Some of the affected Badolos account details are still active, but the breach appears to have been fixed.
Badoonos security team is aware of the breach and is working to resolve the issue, according the source.
In February, Badoono announced it had fixed its breach.
A spokesperson from Badoo said in a statement to The Associated Press that they are working with Badoo to mitigate the issue.
In addition, Badool reported that the breach affects up to 5,000 users.
It also noted that it is a small company, and that the number of affected users is small.
“Badoo’s security team has been alerted of the vulnerability and will investigate the matter to address the affected users, which will be notified as soon as possible,” the company said in the statement.
In an email to Business Insider, a Badoo spokesperson said that the company is aware that it has been compromised.
“We have notified our users and are taking steps to resolve this issue as soon we are aware of it,” the spokesperson said.
“In the meantime, Badoot’s social network and other services are now offline.
We will continue to provide our customers with a secure experience and best practices.
If you would like to report a vulnerability, please contact us at [email protected]”
Badoo did not provide any further information on how the hacker obtained the information it was using.