Ashley Madison Hackers Expose Two Cheating Users

The dating site for married men and women seeking affairs was hacked earlier this week. The site was receiving threats to expose nude photos, racy messages and personal information from their 37 million customers.

The website hackers chose today to release their first victim, a man from Brockton, Massachusetts, a man who had a one in 37 million chance of being exposed.

The customer’s ID name, home address, fantasies, contact information and messages were all released. The pirates want the site to shut down and threaten to release more private information until it is.

The website slogan reads: “Life is Short. Have an affair.”

Well, life is short for a Canadian man whose information was also revealed to the public as a result of the hacking. Cyber security officials urge that once any information is released online it becomes public.

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