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Adultery Site Ashley Madison Investigating Leaked Data

The owner of cheating website AshleyMadison.com is investigating the validity of customer information leaked late on Tuesday, a month after the company's systems were hacked.
According to a report in Wired, almost 10 gigabytes worth of data, including member account details, logins and payment transaction details, were posted to the dark web. The leak was apparently accompanied by a message that lambasted the site and its members for "fraud, deceit and stupidity."
Canada-based Ashley Madison claimed to have more than 40 million users at the time of the hack that took place about a month ago, all supposedly on the lookout for extramarital affairs.
Wired reported that after the hack, a group called the Impact Team claimed to be responsible. The group had called for Avid Life Media, the owner of Ashley Madison, to take down the affair site plus another site called Established Men.
Avid Life Media did not comply with the demand.

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