Ashley Madison Hackers Vow More Attacks: Report
The hacking group behind the Ashley Madison breach compared the affair-seeking website to “a drug dealer abusing addicts” in an email exchange threatening to carry out more attacks.
In the exchange published Friday by Vice Media’s Motherboard website, the group calling itself The Impact Team said that hacking Ashley Madison was easy because “nobody was watching” and the site had “no security.”
Motherboard said it contacted the group through “an intermediary” and verified the group’s PGP signature used for encrypting messaging.
In the exchange, the hacker group said Ashley Madison and its parent company Avid Life Media were facilitating human trafficking and other abuses.
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