Hackers begin to release Ashely Madison users' personal data


Hackers seeking to bring down undercover dating website Ashely Madison have released personal data for two of its anonymous, affair-seeking users.

CBS reports:

The group believed to be responsible for the hack claims to have stolen private information from all 37 million Ashley Madison users. On Tuesday the personal details of two subscribers leaked. One man is from Canada, the other from Brockton, Massachusetts.

What was revealed is intensely personal. Among the data released about the Brockton client of Ashley Madison: His user ID is "Heavy73;″ he listed himself as "married/attached;" he joined the site the day after Valentine's Day, 2014; he likes "cuddling & hugging" and is into "discretion & secrecy."

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