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Only earlier this month, the company's CEO had boasted that the site had started to recover from its catastrophic hack and that the user growth is recovering to levels of before this cyberattack that exposed personal data of millions of its users - users who found themselves in the middle of scandals for having signed up and potentially used the adultery website. It appears that the newfound trust among AM users was temporary as security researchers have revealed that the site has left private photos of many of its clients exposed online. AM users can set their pictures as either public or private. For example, one user can request to see another user's private pictures predominantly nudes - it's AM, after all and only after the explicit approval of that user can the first view these private pictures. At any time, a user can decide to revoke this access even after a key has been shared. While this may seem like a no-problem, the issue happens when a user initiates this access by sharing their own key, in which case AM sends the latter's key without their approval. Here's a scenario shared by the researchers emphasis is ours :.
Tens of thousands of New Zealanders are facing a nervous wait after an extramarital dating site was hacked. Ashley Madison links up married people looking for affairs and boasts 37 million members worldwide. Now all their personal details could be released. The site's tagline — 'Life is short - have an affair' — says it all, and while it's a taboo subject plenty of people have signed up, complete with photos, personal information and exactly what they're looking for in a second partner. Hackers are now threatening to name and shame the millions of users of Ashley Madison worldwide, including an estimated 70, Kiwis. But those people and millions like them may be thinking twice about the revealing pictures and very personal information they put online. Ashley Madison offers a full deletion service if you want to leave the site - but the hackers say members' details remain on the server. The Impact Team claims to have full access to the company's database and says it will publish it all unless the site is removed. Jennifer Buck. The Impact Team claims it has stolen data from the 37 million members which use the adultery website AshleyMadison.