Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press 20, 2015 july
TORONTO вЂ“ a website that is canadian-owned people searching for affairs had been coping with a cyberattack Monday after hackers took private client information, posted a number of it on the internet and threatened to write the whole thing unless the organization is power down.
Avid lifestyle Media, which owns Toronto-based cheating website AshleyMadison, called the assault an вЂњact of cyberterrorismвЂќ and vowed to carry those behind the hack in charge of their actions.
вЂњWe apologize with this unprovoked and unlawful intrusion into our clientsвЂ™ information,вЂќ the business stated in a declaration. Continue reading “Dating website for married people looking for affairs suffers cyberattack”