13 comments on “The Hackers Should Release The Entire Ashley Madison Database

    • When a site has the motto, “Life’s short. Have an affair.”, that makes me think that the perpetrators of sexless marriages are using the site not the victims.

      • Ah. I was under the understanding that the membership was mostly men who are looking for a more willing sex partner than their non-intimate wives.

        • If the database gets released we will find out. It’s sounds like you’re saying that Ashley Madison has the same gender ratio as online dating sites like match.com. That would make it useless for most men trying to have an affair. If that’s true Ashley Madison is just another online dating site defrauding men.

        • True, we will.
          I honestly don’t know enough about it to say whether it’s like an online dating site…I recall it having steep membership fees rather than being free or only $10 a month deal. Doing something similar to what Stoner detailed in his post this morning would likely be cheaper and safer anyway. Having so much of one’s info available online is never a good idea.

  1. It’s happening:

    According to the New York Times, the hackers dumped 9.7 gigabytes worth of stolen user account and payment information online this week. The data includes email addresses, transition details and passwords for members of Ashley Madison.
    For those unfamiliar, the website is used for individuals looking to have an affair.

    Established Men, another site that markets to women looking to date wealthy men, is also affected. Both sites are owned by Avid Life Media who assured users last month that they were able to “secure” its sites and “close the unauthorized access points.”


  2. apparently wn W33V was involved in this…

    I was watching one of his videos and he supports Trump even though Trump doesn’t support privacy rights in regards to Apple vs FBI….

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