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I can’t speak for everyone, but I can speak for me and three other women I know (one divorced, one married, one single) who were on the site and still are. The woman next to you with a tray of cupcakes could very well be on Ashley Madison. Avid Life Media, the parent company of hacked extramarital affairs website Ashley Madison, has placed a bounty on its attackers’ heads.Within 24 hours of putting my profile up without a picture, I got 200 emails from men in my area wanting to talk to me. It says there are a The year I was on the site was a mess. And I was in no position to go on or any other dating site because I was technically still married.I was in this blurry area between being married and divorced, so I technically wasn’t single in the eyes of the guys on a more conventional dating site—I needed something more discreet. I’m not condoning my behavior, but these men were on the site for the taking. Sure, there are people on the site who want new husbands, or are just in it for the sex or for money, but none of the women I knew on the site wanted those things. I expected there to be a lot more sleaze and filth and desperation on the site. We went out to dinner, to the movies—we looked like any other dating couple. If my kids found out that I have been on the site, it would destroy me.
If the hackers didn’t use Tor or a similar anonymity service, the investigators may be able to collect clues from the IP address used to log in to the box. Lots of cybercriminals get away with plenty of bad stuff, especially if they’re located far outside the reaches of Western law enforcement.
You may remember, that’s one of the same ways the FBI concluded that North Korea was behind the Sony hack. But other bounty programs have seen success, like Microsoft’s takedown of the infamous Rustock spam email botnet.
Gigabytes worth of data taken during last month's hack of the Ashley Madison dating website for cheaters has been published online—an act that could be highly embarrassing for the men and women who have used the service over the years.
User data included e-mail addresses, profile descriptions, addresses provided by users, weight, and height.
A separate file containing credit card transaction data didn't include full payment card numbers or billing addresses.