Ashley Madison Hack: 32 Million User Data & Emails Revealed; UK Politicians Among Clients

Hackers who had earlier stolen sensitive data from Ashley Madison and threatened to go public with it have now revealed the data and have dumped all information on the web.

The information from the popular adultery website include private details like names, addresses, contact numbers, credit card information and other confidential details.

As reported by The Telegraph, the list includes 92 staff members from the Ministry of Defence in UK, 124 civil servants, 56 NHS workers, 50 from the police force and 65 form the local education staff as well 1,716 at universities and other educational institutions.

In a recent update on the site, it was revealed that allot of UK Government email addresses were found in the data dump.

It was reported last month that the hackers had threatened to reveal all the private details of the 37 million users if the website didn’t close shop. The hackers staying true to their word, have delivered what is considered a major breach of privacy.

As reported by Wired, among the email addresses about 15,000 are .mil and .gov.  The site also mentioned some details of what the members seek on the websites. The information dump also included details about the sexual fantasies of the users, raising serious questions about the privacy the individuals.

“I’m looking for someone who isn’t happy at home or just bored and looking for some excitement,” was written by one of the members who had given an Ottawa address and had provided contact details of an individual working at Customs and Immigration Union in Canada, the aite noted.

“I love it when I’m called and told I have 15 minutes to get to someplace where I’ll be greeted at the door with a surprise—maybe lingerie, nakedness. I like to ravish and be ravished … I like lots of foreplay and stamina, fun, discretion, oral, even willingness to experiment—*smile*”

After the warning given by the hackers, Avid Life Media had continued the site citing reasons that it had enhanced security ensuring privacy of members. However, the members are now left in a lurch.

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