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After more than three months since the leak of Ashley Madison user data, blackmailers have started threatening hacked users again, this time by using a more personal approach.
The team that cracked over 11 million passwords from the Ashley Madison breach have revealed details about those passwords. Many of the typically bad passwords make an appearance on the top 10 list.
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A cracking group who discovered a flaw in Ashley Madison code, have uncovered over 11 million passwords in 10 days. The group found that many passwords were hashed insecurely.
Following the aftermath of the recent leak of data of dating website Ashley Madison, its parent company has stated that its users are still growing, allegedly including a significant number of women.
From 'Windows 110' and Acer's "empty shell", to Swatch's smartwatch silliness, more Ashley Madison fallout, and uTorrent's play to make you pay, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Ashley Madison is a website that helps encourage the act of adultery, and for its illicitness, hackers took it down. But isn't infiltrating a system illegal as well?
In connection to the recent release of user data of internet cheating community Ashley Madison, Noel Biderman, the CEO of its parent company, Avid Life Media, has decided to step down.
In a recent report by the Toronto police, two people associated with the user data leak of Ashley Madison have committed suicide. They also warn about a scam that claims to delete Ashley Madison data.
Opportunistic criminals have given Ashley Madison users another reason to worry about, after emails blackmailing users emerged. The extortionists are demanding exactly 1.0000001 BTC from people.
After leaking the user data of infidelity website Ashley Madison, hackers have released another set of data, this time regarding internal company documents, and Avid Life Media's Noel Biderman.
Hackers release personal information, including names, address and desires, of users following last month's hack of the controversial married dating website.