Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Ashley Madison secret adultery site hacked

Congratulations to the Impact Team hackers. You have successfully breached the inner workings of the sleazy  website Ashley Madison-- and now the participants are being made public.

The site was a scam anyway, loaded with thousands of fake "hot" woman profiles, to lure the philandering dogs and sleazy husbands.

The website proclaims:


Ashley Madison is the world's leading married dating service for discreet encounters.

Trusted Security Award.

SSL Secure Site.

As seen on: Hannity, Howard Stern, TIME, BusinessWeek, Sports Illustrated, Maxim, USA Today,


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I'm opposed to revealing phone numbers and credit card data, but the idea of attacking an immoral website is something that I find quite interesting. 

Impact Team has declared that they hate secret adultery and have every intent to wipe Ashley Madison off the face of the earth. It looks like they're accomplishing their goal. Those who rush to defend Ashley Madison make themselves look bad. It's a real circus right now.

I'm amused by the scandal revolving around the hacking of the Ashley Madison site. This is a website where married people could have an affair by hooking up with people. Gay, straight, and every type of sexual persuasion was accommodated.

What's really cool is that government and military people are involved in this sleazy site and will now be exposed. In the military, adultery is a serious criminal offense. The late night comics are set with joke material for the rest of the year.

Which pastors, priests, Congressmen, CEOs, teachers, police and other authority figures will be revealed as unfaithful in the coming days? 

I can't wait to find out the names of our "beloved leader" scumbags involved in this cheaters site. This is going to be very exciting. Clandestine affairs of "family values" politicians are going to be the butt of many jokes, excuse the pun!

If you have an "open marriage" and your spouse has agreed to extra-marital affairs, that's fine with me. But if you're sneaking around in the shadows, concealing your betrayal, your karma is about to ripen.


Researchers are still poring over the unusually large dump, but already they say it includes user names, first and last names, and hashed passwords for 33 million accounts, partial credit card data, street names, and phone numbers for huge numbers of users, records documenting 9.6 million transactions, and 36 million e-mail addresses. 

While much of the data is sure to correspond to anonymous burner accounts, it's a likely bet many of them belong to real people who visited the site for clandestine encounters. For what it's worth, more than 15,000 of the e-mail addresses are hosted by US government and military servers using the .gov and .mil top-level domains.

The leak also includes PayPal accounts used by Ashley Madison executives, Windows domain credentials for employees, and a large number of proprietary internal documents. Also found: huge numbers of internal documents, memos, org charts, contracts, sales techniques, and more.

"The biggest indicators to legitimacy comes from these internal documents, much containing sensitive internal data relating to the server infrastructure, org charts, and more," TrustedSec researcher Dave Kennedy wrote in a blog post. "This is much more problematic as it's not just a database dump, this is a full scale compromise of the entire companies [sic] infrastructure including Windows domain and more."


-- Ars Technica "Ashley Madison Hack is Not Only Real, It's Worse Than We Thought"

Gawker states that Josh Duggar apparently had an Ashley Madison account:


Someone using a credit card belonging to a Joshua J. Duggar, with a billing address that matches the home in Fayetteville, Arkansas owned by his grandmother Mary—a home that was consistently shown on their now-cancelled TV show, and in which Anna Duggar gave birth to her first child—paid a total of $986.76 for two different monthly Ashley Madison subscriptions from February of 2013 until May of 2015.


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