Security firm Easy Solutions unveiled the hack and stated crims would likely use the log ins to attempt to access valuable third party websites.
Mastermind did not sell the credentials and struck a deal with the company not to do so in the future.
A blackhat hacker who stole 20 million credentials and attempted to sell some online has been handed a bug bounty by one of his victims, Russian dating site Topface.
The mix 'n' meet site was hacked last month by blackhat 'Mastermind' who published millions of email addresses online and was found attempting to hawk the credentials on an unnamed criminal bazaar.
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Under that arrangement Topface awarded the failed fraudster an undisclosed sum.
"Due to the fact that he (Mastermind) has not passed the data to anyone and has no intention to do so in the future, ...
Filatov added that Topface has "no access to [customer] passwords or any secure data.
We also never keep any payment information or other secure information about our users." He added that even if the email addresses did come from Topface "users will not have any problems even if any data was stolen from our service."When asked, the hacker said: "I wouldn't confirm or deny rumours that the site is Topface; however I can tell several email [have] been sent to the actual site about the vulnerability but they didn't respond."The Topface website currently claims that over 91 million "guys and girls are waiting for you".