Most married men have a certain pattern they follow and if you watch closely enough you will notice that they are always online only at certain times or if they call you, they will only do so at certain times.This is obviously because they don't want their partners to know they are talking to an online date.If you put morality issues and possible family problems aside, the data can be used by other cybercriminals for phishing attempts or banking fraud.It’s not clear who is the first to blame: ALM that promised security to its users or the users themselves.
Obviously they don't want you to have too much information so you can't look them up and find out their marital status.
The ‘It wasn’t me’ phrase is not going to fly for users of the Ashley Madison dating site as the personal records of 37 million users have been stolen.
Hackers threaten to release the entire database of the site if owners do not shut down two of their hookup sites.
The company responds by charging attackers for committing a criminal act.
Krebs On Security reports that samples of stolen data had been already published on the web to prove the hack, but ALM managed to remove published data shortly after the incident.