The most famous name in infidelity and married Ashley Madison hack, all customers data been stolen.
Ashley Madison, is an online dating service and social networking service. A Canadian-based, marketed to people who are married or in a committed relationship. Recently, all customer data been hacked, including names, addresses and phone numbers submitted by users of the site.
The hacker posted all information, they threatened to online then will blame Ashley Madison had failed their users, 18 August. Hackers called their group as Impact Team, leaked information and threatened to publish names and salacious details of users of Ashley Madison and EstablishedMen.com.
The Ashley Madison hack perpetrator, Impact Team claimed that they had successfully scraped the servers of Ashley Madison and found the paid-for feature to delete account registrations with Ashley Madison didn’t in fact work. They had constructed a searchable database that will allow interested parties search people by name or email address with returning details such as sexual preference, body type and contact details.
Hackers have stolen personal information about the site’s user base, 15 July 2015. The first names of customers were released by hackers, July 22. They threatened to release many users’ real names, including personal information such as addresses, sexual fantasies and credit card information if site not immediately shut down. Users
Ashley Madison hack released statement
saying: “We have now learned that the individual or individuals responsible for this attack claim to have released more of the stolen data,” they wrote in an e-mail to Ars. “We are actively monitoring and investigating this situation to determine the validity of any information posted online and will continue to devote significant resources to this effort. Furthermore, we will continue to put forth substantial efforts into removing any information unlawfully released to the public, as well as continuing to operate our business.”
As to site’s policy of not to deleting users’ personal information, after the hack company began allowing users to delete their profiles to prevent further chaos and offered to waive the account deletion charge. IMAGE/ REUTERS/Chris Wattie