Watch: Hackers post stolen data from Ashley Madison dating site

The Ashley Madison website which was reportedly hacked by a has again caught the limelight. This time it has been reported that the hackers have posted some stolen information online of more than a million users of the Canadian website.

Watch: Hackers post stolen data from Ashley Madison dating site
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New Delhi: The Ashley Madison website which was reportedly hacked by a has again caught the limelight. This time it has been reported that the hackers have posted some stolen information online of more than a million users of the Canadian website.

Ashley Madison is an online dating service marketed to people who are already in a relationship.

The alleged leak on Tuesday contained personal details of the customers, and has been reported by the technology magazine Wired.

According to the Techcrunch.com, the hackers claim to have gained full access to the site's database and other records.

Last month, a group called The Impact Team had threatened to release the full data unless Ashley Madison shut down its operations. 

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