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TORONTO -- A Canadian-owned dating website for married people seeking affairs says it has suffered a cyber attack after hackers claimed to have stolen confidential customer information and threatened to publish it unless the company is shut down.
Avid Life Media, which owns Toronto-based cheating site Ashley Madison.com, said Monday that it had taken steps to secure its sites.
HONG KONG — A dating website that helps married people cheat has been hit by hackers who are reportedly threatening to release data about millions of customers.
Ashley Madison, which uses the advertising slogan “Life is short.
Despite her strong stance against infidelity, Noel Biderman's wife, Amanda, is the face of the company's advertising.
"Cheating is destructive in a relationship, absolutely devastating," she said.
The company said all its sites had been secured, with all unauthorized access points closed.
It added that it had "stringent security measures in place," but noted that the current online environment was one where no company's online assets were safe from cyber vandalism.
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"(Cheating provides) people with an alternative to divorce," Noel Biderman said Monday on ABC's "The View." "They find themselves in a sexless marriage, they're caught between a rock and a hard place. It allows them to stay in a marriage, and focus on raising kids together, while pursuing something on the side." That something on the side is what they find on Ashley Madison.com, a million business with 18 million clients and the tagline "Life is short.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating