Hook up or hacked up? AshleyMadison


By Richard Tardif

Of the 37-million subscribers to the online cheating site AshleyMadison (AM) the quest for an extramarital affair may turn into panic and despair thanks to a team of hackers threatening to expose customer sexual fantasy profiles and matching credit card transactions.
Subscribers logging in this week were shocked to learn that hackers found a weakness at Avid Life Media (ALM), the Toronto based firm that owns AM, and randomly lifted sensitive user information, believed to be deleted, leaking some of it online. Also stolen were maps of internal company servers, employee network account information, company bank account data and salary information.
While the fantasies may be imagined, the names and addresses from credit card transactions are real.

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Victims Awareness Week tackles cyber bullying

Victims Awareness Week tackles cyber bullying april 24 2015 v2

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You are not anonymous online. Don’t bottle it up when bullied. Deleted photos are not erased. Those were three messages Kahnawake Survival School students received loud and clear when Digital Locksmiths owner Terry Cutler visited the school Wednesday and gave a presentation as part of Victims of Crime Awareness Week.

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