It’s been a wild ride for Sugar Baby.
The online job search site has been the target of at least seven different hacking attempts in the past month, and has been hacked by at least three different people.
But the latest attack has been more serious, and it appears that Sugar Baby’s website has been compromised.
The hacker has been targeting the job posting for the company that owns the Sugar Baby domain, and they are now asking people to post resumes and other job information.
In a tweet, Sugar Baby said: “We have been hacked.
We are investigating.
We will update you if we know anything.
If you have information, please send it to us.”
This morning, the Sugar Babies Twitter account posted the following message: “Hi all.
We just got hacked.
Our site was hacked yesterday.
Our admins are working hard to fix it.
We do not want to give any more details at this time.
Our admin has been working tirelessly to fix the problem.”
The hack took place on Saturday, and is apparently the work of a man called “mrs.b” who goes by the handle “sugarbob” on Twitter.
“We don’t know who he is or what his motive is,” said one user who used the handle @sugarBob.
The message was shared with a few other Twitter users who were using the handle to post jobs and resume information for the job site.
“Our admins are currently investigating the issue.
Our website is not down.
It appears it was a data breach,” the Sugar Bobs account tweeted.
“A lot of work went into this.
We have been working hard for this site to make it better.
The site has become a safe place for job seekers to find and hire people who they are looking for.”
The Sugar Babys Twitter account also posted this message: @sugabob I just got attacked!
Our site has just been hacked!
We are working to fix this.
— Sugar Babi (@sugarbmob) July 11, 2019 The site was launched in 2006, but has since grown into a global business, with over 2 million job listings in over 130 countries.
According to a report by TechCrunch, job postings for a variety of sectors and industries can be found on the site.
The company claims to have over 400,000 registered users.