Despite the summer 2015 hack that destroyed lives and led to suicides, Ashley Madison is up and running and it has recently unveiled a new security feature that seeks to keep its users anonymous and farther from the word "busted."
Josh Duggar’s masked Ashley Madison profile photo didn’t save the former 19 Kids and Counting star from being outed as one of the millions of users with accounts on the cheating website, but now Ashley Madison is touting cartoon masquerade masks as a way for affair seekers like Josh Duggar to protect their identities. Show More Summary
Isn’t it creepy when your husband/boyfriend leaves the room for a second, and then a stranger with a mask over his eyes enters it right after, and you’re like, “Whoa! Who are you and what have you done with my husband/boyfriend?!” Because everyone knows that disguises that only cover half your face can fool loved ones into thinking you’re a …
Ashley Madison users ought to feel super secure thanks to the site's latest security feature: masked profile photos. "We respect your need for discretion so we've added some tools to keep your identity a secret," the website reads six months after a massive hack exposed the identities of 32 million...
Sony Pictures. Ashley Madison. Twitch. Patreon. Dropbox. Snapchat. LinkedIn. Last.fm… Those are just a handful of the companies that have suffered massive password-related breaches in recent years. Bulk password theft is the scourge of our digital times. Read More
An investigative reporter in Canada has mapped cell phone geolocation (GPS) data dumped in the Ashley Madison data hacks of last summer. He was able to able to identify user locations down to “more or less the size of a bathtub.” He also identified something pitiful: personal data security failures on a mass scale.
Anna Duggar was once rumored to be considering divorce after her husband was exposed as a cheater who used the website Ashley Madison in an attempt to sleep with women, but now the 19 Kids and Counting couple appears to be moving beyond that. Show More Summary
It was clear after Ashley Madison was hacked, the effects would still be felt for months and years to come. We've just had the latest glimpse of this via a terrifying ransom demand shared with Graham Cluey, a security researcher whoShow More Summary
From Ralph Lauren to Noel Biderman (the entrepreneur behind Ashley Madison), these are the founders who called it quits last year.
Amy Duggar King is speaking out against her defamed cousin, Josh Duggar, describing the 27 year old as "a fraud" after he admitted to cheating on his wife and using the adultery website Ashley Madison.
Cheating website Ashley Madison claimed that it was able to gain 4 million new subscribers after it became the victim of a massive hack in August 2015, but there are those who think the site is just bluffing.
Despite the notorious hacking scandal it went through, cheating website Ashley Madison is not shutting down for affairs. According to a report by The Hill, the number of users of the website have increased massively. People have predicted a downfall for the company but it seems like it's going the opposite way.
As 2015 comes to a close, it’s interesting to think about how we’ve already forgotten most of it. Remember Left Shark? What about Cecil the lion, the Dress or the Ashley Madison hack? Dad bods? How about Rachel Dolezal? These were some...Show More Summary
Ashley Madison has turned heads with the claim that it has added 4 million new members since a devastating hack earlier this year. In July 2015, the extra-marital affairs dating website was targeted by hackers who threatened to leakShow More Summary
Where do they find these people? One of the biggest scandals of 2015 occurred when adultery website Ashley Madison had a massive hack that leaked the identities of the sites nearly 37 million users back in August. Well, some people clearly didn't hear the news, because according to recent numbers, another 4 million new users have signed [...]
Or are all of those new members actually bots?
It looks like the massive hacking scandal that exposed millions of user accounts from adultery site Ashley Madison hasn't hurt the company's growth. According to Ashley Madison, the dating site for cheaters now has 43.4 million anonymous...Show More Summary
Ashley Madison can’t dig itself out if its downward spiral, despite its possibly-spurious claim it has 4 million more members today than it did before the Impact Team breached the site and released information about most of its members. Ninety-five percent of those members turned out to be men, with 70,000 …
As we near the precipice of 2016, let’s take a minute to reflect on the security lessons we learned in 2015. From Ashley Madison, to hacked kettles, and dodgy security advice from the government, there’s a lot to talk about. Smart Homes...Show More Summary
Even a data breach of epic proportions cannot dissuade romantics in search of illicit love. Or so it seems. Since the hack this summer, extramarital dating site Ashley Madison has reportedly increased its membership from 39 to 43 million cheating hearts. Read more...