The vpnMentor cybersecurity research team, led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, has uncovered a leaking S3 Bucket with 19.95GB of visible data on a Virginia-based Amazon server, belonging to PussyCash and its network.
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PussyCash is an explicit ‘cam’ affiliate network that owns the brand ImLive and other similar adult-oriented websites. This leak has exposed the personal data and likeness of over 4,000 models among more than 875,000 files and has high-risk, real-life implications for said models.

PussyCash Company Profile

The owner of ImLive and PussyCash is officially listed as I.M.L. SLU, a company registered in Andorra.
PussyCash hosts affiliation programs for multiple adult sites, paying webmasters for traffic sent to the sites through banners and exit traffic. They boast 66 million registered members on their webcam chat arena, ImLive, alone. Other sites include, FetishGalaxy,,,,,,,, and, among others.
Partners listed on the PussyCash website include BeNaughty, Xtube, and Pornhub.
Date discovered: January 3, 2020
Date company (PussyCash & ImLive) notified: January 4, 2020
Data Amazon notified: January 7, 2020
Date of reply from ImLive: January 7, 2020
Date of action: January 9, 2020
PussyCash never replied to any of our attempts to contact them regarding the data leak, including their Data Protection Officer. ImLive finally responded to one of our emails, stating that they would take care of it and pass on the information to the PussyCash tech team.
As PussyCash doesn’t hire talent through their main website, it is plausible to assume that their leaking data is from one or more of their other websites, such as ImLive. This is an assumption that we cannot prove without digging further into the data leak. We also saw records specifically mentioning ImLive, which is why we have chosen to use that as an example for portions of this report, and not necessarily the other PussyCash brands and sites. However, it is worth noting that the Bucket itself is named after PussyCash.
This article was originally published by vpnMentor.
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