Have an affair. The site, which encourages married users to cheat on their spouses and advertises 37 million members, had its data hacked by a group calling itself the Impact Team. At least two other dating sites, Cougar Life and Established Men, also owned by the same parent group, Avid Life Media, have had their data compromised. For now, the group has released just 40MB of data, including credit card details and several ALM documents. According to the information security journalist Brian Krebs, who broke the news , ALM has confirmed that the hacked material is genuine, and the company is working to remove from the net the material that has already been posted. But the initial leak is just a taster, according to the Impact Team, which accompanied the data with a manifesto threatening release of further information if Ashley Madison and Established Men are not permanently closed.
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One month after the dating site for extramarital affairs aka cheaters was hacked, Ashley Madison is investigating the leaked customer information that surfaced online late Tuesday. Nearly 10 gigabytes of stolen information — the veracity of which has yet to be confirmed by the company — was released by an anonymous hacking group known as the Impact Team. The group had previously threatened to leak the personal information of 37 million Ashley Madison users if the company didn't shut down. The Impact Team attached a statement to its torrent file during the leak, claiming that because the site remains online, the privacy of its customers now suffers.