Online cheating site Ashley Madison is trying to get back to normal after hacker attack and publishes user statistics.
Ashley Madison got hacked over the weekend and a hacker group threatens to release about 37 million user profiles.
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Avid Life Media Inc., owner of the Ashley Madison site, has taken measures to close the security hole and remove the leaked snippets of user records from the web.
The potentially compromised 37 million users have now an option to have their profile completely deleted. The profile deletion is usually a $19 paid service. The hackers took issue with this in their statement about the hack.
Ashley Madison is "leaking" user profile data in a new blog post today detailing the cheaters living in Toronto, Canada. According to Ashley Madison, Toronto have been engaging in extra-marital affairs in record numbers according to the newest data.
Ashley Madison counts more than 200,000 cheaters who live in Toronto has about 2.6 million people. According to membership per capita, the most affair seekers live in Forest Hill, with High Park, and The Beaches rounding out the top three neighborhoods for cheaters.
The number of cheaters in Toronto is extremely low compared to Ottawa, where according to Ashley Madison 1 in 5 are a registered user.
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189,810 Ashley Madison users were registered in Ottawa which has a population of about 883,000, making the capital No. 1 for philanderers in Canada according to Reuters.