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Back in August 2015, the ‘dating’ site Ashley Madison was hacked, exposing married cheaters the world over.
We found out 86 per cent of the site’s users were men, São Paulo had the most registered users of any city and it’s mainly used by rich, powerful men.
But it's difficult to verify the accuracy of these searching tools.
But at least one tool, which searches by email address, returns accurate results.
As a full member, or a paid member, users are able to send a custom mail message, initiate a chat session, send a priority message or send virtual gifts to express his/her interest with the purchase of credits, according to the site.
Ashley Madison is different from other online dating sites in that users do not pay for monthly subscriptions but rather pay for credits.
Have an Affair,” is similar to most online dating sites: It’s free … According to the site, its service is completely free to sign up as a guest member. As a guest member, you can receive winks, send and receive photos, add members to your Favorites list, reply to any “Full Member” and perform searches.
Whether the timing was good or bad for Thomas is open to debate, as two weeks after joining the site, it was hacked.But what became of the marriages of the guilty parties, whose secret infidelity was suddenly not-so-secret at all?One man who was exposed in the hacking has now spoken out about what happened to him in an article for the LA Times. He’d been married for 19 years, and although he’d been faithful to his wife the whole time, the excitement in their relationship had fizzled: “Call it a midlife crisis, poor judgment or a cheater’s heart. We had not taken a vacation without children in years.” Thomas retired from his corporate job early, bought a Harley Davidson and got a tattoo - so far, so midlife crisis.Usually, hacked data is difficult to reach or sort through.Stolen files are posted on the Dark Web (which requires a special web browser called Tor).
CNNMoney verified this by plugging in email addresses of users it has independently verified. Many of the cheaters exposed in this hack serve in the U. military, evident because they used email addresses that end in the domain.