Bill Chappell. The website of the "married dating" service Ashley Madison was the target of hackers who are now demanding that the service be discontinued. Ashley Madison, a website that helps millions of married people cheat on their spouses, has lost a trove of personal and confidential information to hackers who are threatening to release the data of more than 37 million users. But now Ashley Madison , which operates under the tagline "Life is short. Have an affair," and calls itself "the most famous name in infidelity and married dating," is fighting to keep its customers' information off the Internet, after a group that calls itself The Impact Team posted some of the stolen data online.
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Hackers have stolen and leaked the personal details of users of Ashley Madison — a site that hooks up people who want to have affairs. The Impact Team claims to have access to the company's user database and is threatening to release all of the information unless the site is taken down. So far the group has released 40MB of data which include credit card details as well as internal ALM files and documents. ALM confirmed that the hack took place and told CNBC it has managed to take down all the personal information that was posted online by the hackers. Ashley Madison CEO tells all. It is unknown how many people managed to see the leaked adultery site's personal details.
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