These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Reuters Image caption The website promises to connect married people seeking an affair Customer data stolen from Ashley Madison, a dating website for married people who wish to cheat on their spouse, has reportedly been published. The data has reportedly been leaked on the so called dark web, meaning it is accessible only via encrypted browsers. The BBC did not access the data and has not verified its authenticity. Hackers stole the data last month and threatened to reveal it unless the match making site for married people was taken down. Technology website Wired said 9. The hackers, who called themselves the Impact Team, said they had managed to steal the real names and addresses of the site’s users, including those who had previously paid to “delete” their accounts. Small pieces of the data had already been leaked in July. Describing the hack as “an act of criminality”, the company said it was fully cooperating with law enforcement to find the hackers. We will not sit idly by and allow these thieves to force their personal ideology on citizens around the world,” the statement said. Security blogger Brian Krebs said that the leak appeared to be real.

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Ashley Madison’s parent company, Ruby Life, has ordered the new app to change its branding and slogan immediately or be dragged to court. Ashley Madison Infidelity app Ashley Madison is threatening to sue a rival accusing them of stealing their branding CasualX, which describes itself as ” Tinder for casual sex“, is using the slogan “Life is boring. Have an affair,” the Metro reports. They have also demanded CasualX stop using a masked woman with her finger pressed to her lips to publicise their brand as this too, they say, bares too much of a resemblance to their own logo.

However the two sites differ in their stated purposes. CasualX CasualX also uses an image of a masked woman with her fingers pressed to her lips in their promotional material Ashley Madison is designed specifically to help married people cheat on their spouses while CasualX markets itself for anyone interested in a no-strings-attached roll in the hay.

For every virtual Cupid’s arrow that brings love, there is someone sneakily trying to arrange an illicit affair online. When it comes to finding cheating partners, there is one market leader – a site as notorious as any mainstream online dating site. Our Ashley Madison Review. Ashley Madison was set up in , making it the original affairs website.

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She was soon asked to create 1, “fake female profiles” meant to lure men to the new Brazilian Ashley Madison site — and given only three weeks to complete the work, the document alleges. The company, which describes itself as a dating service for married people, did not respond to requests for comment.

In her claim, Silva says she didn’t question her assignment, and no one at the company suggested there was anything “unlawful or improper” about the alleged phoney profiles.

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Kyle Idleman A few weeks ago, Ashley Madison, a dating website for “people already in a relationship” aka cheaters released results of a member-poll which revealed that 25 percent of those surveyed profess to be Christians. The site was attempting to find a link between infidelity and religion. It should be noted that the survey was of their members, so it’s not that 25 percent of Christians are cheaters, but that 25 percent of their members claim to be Christians.

Ashley Madison is a dating site that was originally formed back in for people who were married or attached in relationships and were seeking a partner to have a discreet extramarital affair with.4/4.

Single, attached, looking to explore, or just curious to discover what’s out there — Ashley Madison is the most open-minded dating community in the world. Discretion matters We know you value your privacy, and we do too. We will never ask you to log in using a public social network account, and we have several features designed to help you keep your private life private—whatever your reasons.

Completely independent You don’t need to link your Ashley Madison account to any other social network. In fact, you can’t. Instead use a private email address for even more discretion, we recommend using a unique email just for this account. Discreet photos You control exactly what you want people to see! Want to show off your smile in your profile photo? For even more discretion, you can mark photos as private and only share those with members who catch your eye. Inbox control We know sometimes it can be daunting to see an inbox full of messages.

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Why your spouse ends up on Ashley Madison A dating website that helps married people cheat has been hit by hackers who threatened to release information about millions of customers. Ashley Madison, which uses the advertising slogan “Life is short. Have an affair,” said Monday it had been attacked and some user data was stolen. So far, though, it isn’t easy to find the exposed cheaters online.

“The women’s movement into the workplace was the first massive jump into unfaithfulness,” says Noel Biderman, CEO of Ashley Madison.

A data breach class action lawsuit has been filed in Alabama against the dating for marrieds website Ashley Madison. The lawsuit, filed in federal court, claims the site and its owners and operators failed to protect its customers’ data or promptly alert them of the data hack that occurred in July. The cyber attack publicly exposed information on 37 million Ashley Madison members. According to lawsuit, in the plaintiff created an account with Ashley Madison.

At that time he was not in a relationship, currently he is engaged. He states he became aware his information had been made public on August 21, roughly the same time his friends, customers and neighbors alerted him they were aware of his account. Doe claims that by allegedly misrepresenting to him that it had protected his data and deleted his account information when it hadn’t, Ashley Madison has violated the Federal Stored Communications Act and Alabama’ Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

Doe further asserts breach of implied contract, bailment, conversion, fraud and misrepresentation and seeks compensatory and punitive damages. The plaintiff is represented by Thomas E. The case is John Doe v.

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Avid Life Media Inc. The breach was first reported late Sunday, July 19, , by Brian Krebs of Krebs on Security, a website that focuses on cybersecurity. In addition, the person or persons behind the attack are threatening to release all of the site’s personal information — including its members’ sexual fantasies and financial information — if the company doesn’t take Ashley Madison offline, according to a prominent security blog.

Toronto-based Avid Life Media Inc. The company and law enforcement agencies are investigating. The breach was first reported late Sunday by Brian Krebs of KrebsonSecurity, a website that focuses on cybersecurity.

And so Ashley Madison was created as the first website that was open and honest about what you could find there: like-minded people looking for married dating. As a place free of judgement, Ashley Madison revolves around the idea that consenting adults .

The panic is because I went on Ashley Madison as a cheater. I entered into many-an-illicit chat session with women who wanted to hook-up — both emotionally and physically. Regardless, I still felt my heart skip when I read the news about the site hack. It was uncomfortable for me, and in retrospect that is probably part of why she and I fought so terribly during my investigation on Ashley Madison.

But the hack got me thinking: What of the 37 million other cheating schmoes who are on Ashley Madison for real? What of their chat sessions and nude selfies and sexual requests for God-knows-what? It brings up a very important point: But in truth, nothing online is safe.

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Advertise Twenty percent of Ashley Madison’s female members are single, according to the site’s administrators. Several experts, including Elmslie, suggest that the vast pool of husbands and large number of young, unattached women creates a dynamic that could be exploited for prostitution. After all, why would unmarried women go out searching for men who are taken?

Judging from their profiles, many of them are looking for guys who will take them shopping: In response, Biderman says, “Is that any different from any dating scenario?

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A few users killed themselves, purportedly for fear of being revealed by the hack. Ashley Madison, founded in with the slogan, “Life is short. Have an affair,” had prided itself on discretion. The hack led to a shake-up in management that resulted in Buell’s hiring. Ashley Madison has hung on, though, signing up new members and refocusing on security. Earlier this month, Ashley Madison released a list of the 10 U. Dallas came in No.

Buell told the Observer then that Dallas women have “backbone,” which leads them online to search for affairs. At a follow-up interview last week, Buell wore a baby-blue blazer and trendy tennis shoes. His black goatee had specs of white in it. He spoke with the Observer the day after his 44th birthday, and the next day he was jetting off for a vacation with his wife, whom he met working at his previous online dating job.

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