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Users of the infidelity site were sent scrambling to control the damage - and save their marriages - after hackers exposed them and dumped 9.7 gigabytes of personal data about the controversial seduction forum used by 37 million worldwide.15,000 users have been found to be registered under and email addresses - the official domain names of the American military and government. recruits - claiming 59,000 residents are currently members.The site, which promises 'discreet' relationships is dedicated to people already in committed relationships or marriages, attracted Tamsin after she had spent her whole life shunning traditional relationships in favour of affairs.Tamsin used the site in order to meet a variety of men claiming she came across politicians, CEOs and management, but reveals that though they may be brazen in their relationships they could be shy online.James Maude, senior security engineer at Avecto said: 'A hidden danger here is the amount of data now out there and the impact this could have on areas such as national security, government policy and law enforcement.'At first glance, it may look like the Ashley Madison data leak will cause nothing more than embarrassment.The site promises its members complete 'anonymity' and has the motto: 'Life is short. Now security experts say the data breach will not only end marriages but could also leave people open to blackmail.

Usually, hacked data is difficult to reach or sort through.

It was definitely a person here that was not an employee but certainly had touched our technical services,' Biderman told Krebs On Security.'Full Delete netted ALM

Usually, hacked data is difficult to reach or sort through.

It was definitely a person here that was not an employee but certainly had touched our technical services,' Biderman told Krebs On Security.'Full Delete netted ALM $1.7mm in revenue in 2014.

It’s also a complete lie,' the Impact Team wrote last month.

But this type of sensitive personal information can be used by criminals to generate serious leverage against an individual, when combined with details released from other attacks.'It seems like Ashley Madison was cheating on its clients with a number of bad security and data storage practices.

The breach shows employees using 'Password1234' and contains seven years of credit card transaction details.

It's very cathartic for those people.'If you come home and you've had an affair earlier in the day, it might be easier not to be frustrated with your partner.

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Usually, hacked data is difficult to reach or sort through.It was definitely a person here that was not an employee but certainly had touched our technical services,' Biderman told Krebs On Security.'Full Delete netted ALM $1.7mm in revenue in 2014.It’s also a complete lie,' the Impact Team wrote last month.But this type of sensitive personal information can be used by criminals to generate serious leverage against an individual, when combined with details released from other attacks.'It seems like Ashley Madison was cheating on its clients with a number of bad security and data storage practices.The breach shows employees using 'Password1234' and contains seven years of credit card transaction details.It's very cathartic for those people.'If you come home and you've had an affair earlier in the day, it might be easier not to be frustrated with your partner.

.7mm in revenue in 2014.

It’s also a complete lie,' the Impact Team wrote last month.

But this type of sensitive personal information can be used by criminals to generate serious leverage against an individual, when combined with details released from other attacks.'It seems like Ashley Madison was cheating on its clients with a number of bad security and data storage practices.

The breach shows employees using 'Password1234' and contains seven years of credit card transaction details.

It's very cathartic for those people.'If you come home and you've had an affair earlier in the day, it might be easier not to be frustrated with your partner.

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