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After searching through the Ashley Madison database and private last week, I reported that there might be roughly 12, real women active on Ashley Madison. Equally clear is new evidence that Ashley Madison created more than 70, female bots to send male users millions of fake messages, hoping to create the illusion of a vast playland of available women. The company is right about that. It may still be true that a relatively small of women are active on Ashley Madison, but the evidence that I thought supported my claims means something else entirely—more on that below. The code tells the story of a company trying to weave the illusion that women on the site are plentiful and eager. Whatever the total of real, active female Ashley Madison users is, the company was clearly on a desperate quest to de legions of fake women to interact with the men on the site.


The massive leak attributed to the hackers who rooted to the Ashley Madison dating website for cheaters has been confirmed to be genuine.

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As if that wasn't bad enough, the 10 gigabytes of data—compressed, no less—is far more wide-ranging than almost anyone could have imagined. Researchers are still poring over the unusually large dump, but already they say it includes user names, first and last names, and hashed passwords for 33 million s, partial credit card data, street names, and phone s for huge s of users, records documenting 9.

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While much of the data is sure to correspond to anonymous burner s, it's a likely bet many of them belong to real people who visited the site for clandestine encounters. For what it's worth, more than 15, of the e-mail addresses are hosted by US government and military servers using the. The leak also includes PayPal s used by Ashley Madison executives, Windows domain credentials for employees, and a large of proprietary internal documents.

Also found: huge s of internal documents, memos, org charts, contracts, sales techniques, and more. So far, it looks like around 33 million usernames, first names, last names, street addresses, and more are impacted by this breach.

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Ashley Madison has not commented on the original source of the breach, how it occurred, or how they were compromised. Kennedy, who additionally said four Ashley Madison subscribers told him they found their data in the leak, isn't the only one to confirm its authenticity.

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This write-up provides a few miscellaneous details, including that the leak originally occurred on July 11, 10 days before it became known to the world. A separate blog post published by Graham also provides interesting details. Officials at Ashley Madison parent company Avid Life Media issued a statement on Tuesday that left open the possibility the leak didn't include real data. Now, the Internet has all but beat Ashley Madison to confirming the hack and the trail of records left in its wake.

Already, websites are popping up that allow anyone to enter an e-mail address and find out if it was included in the dump.

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It wouldn't be surprising for the same thing to be done for phone s and other data fields. This massive leak isn't likely to end well for huge s of people.

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When I read this article, I kept asking myself, "What are the chances of reliably correlating a ificant proportion of the s with the identities of real people? I suspect that many people created fake s, but with an app that reported their real GPS coordinates.

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Silellak wrote:. Holy shit. That's a lot of data.

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And likely a non-trivial amount of soon-to-be-ended marriages. dan. Channel Ars Technica.

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Next, each of the experimental subjects was told that he or she had been matched by a computer with a like-minded partner, and each was shown a photo of an attractive person of the opposite sex.


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