The endlessly ongoing tidal wave of hacking businesses and emails from outside sources may just be background noise to us non-important types, but that doesn't mean you can't freak out at the potential of a hack. And even worse, one involving your porn history.

On his website, tech expert Brett Thomas discussed the potential future where hackers intercept and reveal user's private pornographic history, which should be frightening because there's some nasty stuff down there. He says, "If a malicious party obtained identifiable access logs for just one of the websites that know your name, and view logs for just one of the adult websites you’ve visited, it could infer with very high probability - beyond plausible deniability - a list of porn you've viewed."

Even worse, this doesn't seem at all like a difficult task, according to Thomas.

"All that's needed are two nominal data breaches and an enterprising teenager that wants to create havoc," he added. "If you are watching/viewing porn online in 2015, even in Incognito mode, you should expect that at some point your porn viewing history will be publicly released and attached to your name." And no, incognito or private mode isn't going to totally stop that.

Drink some tea and don't freak out.

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