Mon, Jul 20 2015, 10:34 AM
(CNN) A dating website that helps married people lie has been hacked.
Ashley Madison says some user information was stolen.
The hackers have threatened to recover patron annals if a association isn’t taken offline.
The hackers seem to be dissapoint over a company’s “full delete” service, that promises to totally erase a user’s form for a $19 fee.
In a declaration published online, a hackers pronounced a use doesn’t indeed undo all information.
The association says it has given cumulative a sites and sealed “unauthorized entrance points.”
It says it is operative with law coercion to examine a hacking.
Ashley Madison’s primogenitor company, Avid Life, has some-more than 40 million members around a world.