Hackers stole Ashley Madison data, but no one was watching!

|August 24, 2015 0

MUMBAI, INDIA: Skeletons are tumbling out of Ashley Madison’s cupboard.

Hackers who stole sensitive data of more than 37 million adults in the US and Canada including some of the rich and famous as well as hundreds of alleged US government employees, have claimed that they could steal the data as nobody was watching their act.

Technology website Motherboard was given a contact email address for the hackers, who call themselves the Impact Team, by an intermediary. The hackers replied with a message signed with the same signature and fingerprint, known as a PGP key, posted with the Ashley Madison data releases this week.



“We were in Avid Life Media a long time to understand and get everything,” the website quoted the hackers as saying. “Nobody was watching. No security.”

“We have explained the fraud, deceit and stupidity of ALM [Ashley Madison’s parent company Avid Life Media] and their members. Now everyone gets to see their data,” the hackers said in a statement.

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