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Extramarital dating site Ashley Madison has been hacked, with millions of users' information potentially at risk of exposure.
Ashley Madison, whose tagline is 'Life is short. Have an affair,' is a dating website for married people. Claiming to have over 37 million members, the service was launched in 2001 and is owned by Avid Life Media, a Toronto-based company that also owns CougarLife and EstablishedMen. The data breach comes less than two months after similar website Adult FriendFinder was hacked, exposing the details of millions of members.
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The hackers who broke into Ashley Madison customer databases last month finally published the account information -including names, addresses and payment details - of some 32 million users onto the dark Web.
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A group of hackers have begun leaking sensitive user information stolen from infamous adultery website AshleyMadison and now threaten to make all customer records public unless the site is shut down, journalist Brian Krebs, who broke the news, reported.
The hacker group, called The Impact Team, claims to be in possession of sensitive data stolen from Toronto-based company Avid Life Media which owns AshleyMadison, as well as related hookup sites CougarLife and Established Men.
The group has also started leaking maps of internal company servers, employee network account information, company bank account data and salary information and has now
threatened to release the sensitive information of some 37 million customers, including their real names, profile information, nude photos, credit card details and secret sexual fantasies.
The group's actions are aimed at shutting down two of Avid Life Media sites, Ashley Madison and Established Men, a sugar-daddy site. The hackers have not yet demanded the shutdown of CougarLife, where older women can register to find 'a young stud.'
'Shutting down AM (Ashley Madison) and EM (Established Men) will cost you, but non-compliance will cost you more,' The Impact Team said as reported on Krebs's website 'Krebs on Security.'
Online dating site Ashley Madison, which specialises in adultery and has the tagline 'Life is short. Have an affair', has been the victim of a cyber attack. A group calling themselves The Impact Team claims it has complete access to Ashley Madison's database of more than 37 million members, as well as financial records and other personal information that it is threatening to publish online unless the site closes.
Personal data of around one crore customers has been stolen from the server of the e-ticketing portal of the IRCTC. IRCTC officials fear personal details including phone number, names, a date of births and other details of its customers have been sold in a CD for 15000 Rs for who so ever was interested. The state government has reportedly identified the hackers who were selling these details and the government has informed the IRCTC and Railway board about the issue. The railway board is now looking into the matter and has assured to take necessary action.