|Hackers Willing To Dump Ashley Madison User Data Online|
Toronto, August 18 (Reuters) - Hackers broke up with more than one million users of online infidelity site Ashley Madison.com personal information, reported on Tuesday, the latest high-profile cyber attack threats worldwide relationships to vent disputes technology site.
Threatened to as much as 37 million customers of the website, which uses the slogan after the publication of pornographic information, "Life is short have an affair," the hacker claimed to release a huge July stolen e-mail addresses and credit card data of cache.
Reuters is not reliable to confirm the authenticity of the post as soon as possible. Life media frenzy owns Ashley Madison and established men, widely described as "sugar daddy website," There is no verification of the data is real, but it is aware of said claim.
Hackers use the Dark Web to use a special browser which is the only access.
Still within a few hours, thousands of e-mail addresses from North America and Europe, including the initiation of a number of companies and universities on other sites, because people decrypting a database. It is possible to use Ashley Madison someone else's name and e-mail to create an account.
Hackers have their own appointed "moral judge, jury and executioner, see fit to impose the concept of personal virtue in all societies," the company said in a statement.
"These actions are illegal and that the real consequences for innocent citizens who just want to acerca their daily lives," it said.
Investigation FBI (FBI) is investigating the RCMP and local police next to the theft, it said.
Hackers, claiming to IMPACT Group, leaked data stolen fragments in July and threatened unless Avid lives have been taken off the website and publish the names and nude Ashley Madison sexual fantasies and customers.
"Life Avid media failed to win Ashley Madison Men" Technology Web site quoted in the cable affect the team said in a statement accompanying the online dump.
"We have explained the fraud, deception and ALM (Avid Life Media) and foolish members. Now everybody see their own data," Hacker said, according to Wired.
Other high-profile attacks: such as those, such as Sony Pictures Entertainment and target large companies, has seen customers stolen credit card information to release massive financial damage to individuals and businesses.
But this seemed to confirm those data dump no commercial motive or blackmail, but those ideology-driven hackers.
Invade personal privacy cybercrime marks a watershed moment, because the network communication data, said Ajay K. Sood, general manager of the Canadian company FireEye network security company
"These guys want as much notoriety as possible. This is not cyber-terrorism, which is alert network," he said.
Fanatical Life've said it is confident that the company formerly connected to the hacker.
Despite the dump was massive, according to Troy Hunter, Microsoft security experts, he said, more than 1 million unique e-mail address is connected to the payment records.
The above data cable 9.7 gigabytes of posting, seems to include member account and credit card information.