A lonely penguin at an aquarium in England is hoping to find a mate by creating a profile on the dating website Plenty of Fish.
Spruce the penguin's dating profile states the 1-year-old Humboldt penguin is a "Single Penguin looking for Chicks," as he was unable to find a mate among the 13 other penguins at his home in the Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park.
Given that the time frame of both attacks and that the ad network involved is the same, chances are high that pof[dot]com dropped that Trojan as well.
In total, the public profiles of more than a million Facebook users were gathered, claim Cirio and Ludovic.
The ad network involved in the malvertising campaign (ad.360yield.com) was familiar and it turns out that we had observed it in a rare attack captured by our honeypots just one day prior.
" Spruce's profile lists him as a less than 5-foot tall nonsmoker, with interests including seafood, diving, conservation and the band Reel Big Fish.
"Naturally, I'm a Batman fan, but I'm still waiting for The Penguin to come out on top," Spruce's profile states.
Hilarie had met Hailey Rose Bustos on Plenty Of Fish, which bills itself as the largest dating site in the world.
He'd picked her up and they went bowling in Winter Haven, Fla., at Cypress Lanes, which offers shoe and lane rentals for a quarter on Thursday nights, and specials on pizza and beer.
For her role in the deadly robbery of Adam Hilarie, Bustos was paid in cash, police said.
We know this not just because Barry Diller has bought into it (his IAC owns Match.com), but because all the most killer apps on the Internet have been about finding things, whether it’s old snowshoes on e Bay, the name of a good locksmith on Google or your exact brand of pornography on those weird sites you stumble across when you mistype a search term.
Users can also vote to decide what each person is like and rate how 'cool' they are.