In May 2014, a popular Asian lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender website called Fridae, was hacked. The hack was officially announced on Twitter.
Although Fridae has a user base of approximately 400,000 people, the breach only exposed the personal information of approximately 25,067 members. The data stolen included email addresses, passwords, usernames and website activity.
A hacker named Deletescec claimed responsibility of the attack and stated that “[d]igital weapons shall annihilate all secrecy within governments and corporations.”