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The Feds Are Searching Ashley Madison's Database for Cheaters in Their Ranks

For many people, being exposed as a member of Ashley Madison (formerly the best and most secure site to have an affair) means only public humiliation and serious talks with their partner. Federal government workers, however, have something even more to be worried about: the possible loss of their jobs. »8/25/15 11:15am8/25/15 11:15am

So You've Had Your Email Address Leaked in the Ashley Madison Hack

On Tuesday, a hacking group known as Impact Team finally made good on their promise to leak 9.7 GB of Ashley Madison user data to the public. The data includes millions of names, addresses, credit card numbers and profile information of registered users of the website designed for married dudes (and ladies) who are… »8/19/15 3:10pm8/19/15 3:10pm

Hackers Grab 37 Million Profiles From Cheating Site Ashley Madison

A hacker or group of hackers going by the name The Impact Team has broken into systems belonging to Avid Life Media, the company that owns websites Ashley Madison, Cougar Life and Established Men. They are threatening to leak sensitive information from more than 37 million AshleyMadison.com users if ALM does not take… »7/20/15 9:10am7/20/15 9:10am

Someone Hacked Playboy's College Party Guide and Made It About Consent

On Tuesday, Playboy got major press and for the first time in awhile, it wasn't because they were selling off parts of their company or moving their headquarters from Chicago to Los Angeles or going private, things that would all individually spell trouble for legacy organization, but when pushed together look… »9/17/13 7:00pm9/17/13 7:00pm