If it's your friendster password and it's in plaintext it suggests 1 of two things;
- Friendster store passwords in plaintext
- Friendster uses a non-salted hash
More likely the former IME. They've some explaining to do regarding that before they even start on how they were compromised!
Don't use them thankfully, but there needs to be a culture of change regarding storing of passwords. When even the venerable vulture stores in plaintext there's something badly wrong