Ashely Madison hackers have stricken again; the ill-intentioned online persons have released a second batch of stolen files form the aforementioned site threatening the reputation of many public persons. In an attempt to prevent all the accusations that could be brought against them, the first confessions of Ashley Madison cheating website users have already been released.
U.S. congressmen and White House members are being placed under scrutiny after their names have been related to many of the leaked files that have been released by Ashley Madison hackers. Two politicians from Louisiana have publicly apologized for their infidelities even though their names hadn’t been disclosed.
Some users from Arabian countries have denied any connection to the cheating website claiming that their names have been used to denigrate their otherwise, very good reputations. They invoked their practice of polygamy as a reason why they would not normally access such websites.
The second batch of stolen data that has been released on early Friday morning by the same hackers is no longer related to names and personal data of users, but rather to the administrative issues of the company. The files that have been disclosed were accompanied by a message suggesting that the CEO of the Avid Life online company, one of the many partners of Ashley Madison, is involved in the current scandal.
The files were preceded by a message addressed to CEO Noel Biderman, who seems to have used the services of the website, as the hackers have noticed. Hackers asked Biderman to stop pretending he has no idea what the site is about triggering everyone’s curiosity about the CEO’s online account.
Ashley Madison has reassured customers that they are doing everything in their power to prevent data leakage. Unfortunately, their efforts have been in vain as nothing seems to stop these ill-intentioned persons. Copyright laws have been used to prevent other websites from copying and spreading the leaked data.
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