Hackers threaten to leak Ashley Madison’s 37 million clients

Hackers claim to have personal details of more than 37 million cheating spouses on dating website Ashley Madison and have threatened to release nude photos and sexual fantasies of the site’s clients unless it is shut down, blog KrebsOnSecurity reported.

h/t Xavier

  • The_Infidel_01

    Oh dear, seems like getting a sly nookie has its costs LOL. to all who used it, SUCK.

  • Ron MacDonald

    Most are probably using fake names.

    • ntt1

      there will be lots of white democrats

      • mauser 98

        gay Republicans calling lawyers

    • andycanuck

      Apparently the hackers have real names from the credit card information.

  • mauser 98

    deny everything Christina !! deny deny deny,, lets keep our story straight

  • In this day and age. Assume everything is hacked.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    If those hackers were real dicks, they could take facial matching software to the hacked database, and then contact the offenders and allow them the chance to ransome out for the reasonable sum of a $1,000 each, or suffer a very public release to their entire Facebook circle.

    Assume everything is hacked and never have a social media presence.

    • Exile1981

      Some people would pay way more than 1k just to avoid a divirce. Look at how much $$ Tiger’s cheating cost him.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Oh sure, some would, but if you make it cheap enough, those suscribers will just pay it.
        If you make it too much, then less will pay and if you charge too much, you give some very powerful people some powerful reasons to see you brought to justice.
        If you are a mosquito, never act like vampire bat.

        • DD_Austin

          Brought to justice may mean concrete overshoes and the
          east river

          These are not moral people

        • Exile1981

          True but you could tailor your requests by who the recipient is.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            See DD_Austin’s answer.
            Can you imadgine accidently shaking down a Gambino family captain?
            They would lose their sh*t.

          • Exile1981

            yes, hence the tailor your request, just don’t shake down the crime bosses and others with the reach to feed you to the fishes.

  • Exile1981

    How many accounts does Sluck Willy have?

  • truthdareisay

    Divorce lawyers might pay a hefty penny to get their hands on this and are rubbing their hands and licking their lips in anticipation…

  • Clink9

    Oh what a tangled web we weave
    When first we practice to deceive.

  • kkruger71

    Still hate hackers and hope these ones are caught and punished severely.
    However I am finding it hard to muster up an ounce of sympathy for the “victims” here.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    I wonder if these hackers are government snoops.

  • Edubeat

    Sorry guys I didn’t do it

  • BillyHW
  • Jay Currie

    37 million clients suggest that infidelity has become pretty normal or, at least, not the hysteria inducing transgression it was thirty years ago.

    There were approximately 60 million married couples in the US in 2014. If the 37 million accounts were all US accounts that would suggest more than half the marriages contain a player.

    As to hacking, social media and joining doubtful sites; I think it is a good idea to assume that all your online data will be compromised eventually. Same with texts and emails. If you make that assumption you will be careful what you write and say and join which will tend keep you out of trouble.


    HAHAHAHA that’s awesome. I really hope they do. That’s what you get for being a cheating POS.