Ashley Madison, a website for people who want to cheat on their spouses, suffered from a major data breach in late July. The hack threatened to expose the personal information of the site’s 37 million users, including those who paid a $19 fee to delete their account information.
How does this data breach compare to other consumer website attacks?
Listen to our latest Security Slice podcast and hear Tyler Reguly, Craig Young and Lane Thames discuss the slippery slope of justifying hacks based on personal morals, why website “delete” buttons are misleading and three tips consumers can use to gauge the security of a website they are considering doing business with.
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