Ashley Madison, the online cheating website, confirmed a nag of their system, exposing 40 million records.The data that was stolen included the company's user databases, financial records along with other confidential information. The companionship has not stated the exact personal information compromised.Reached by KrebsOnSecurity late dominicus evening, ALM Chief Executive noel Biderman confirmed the hack, and said the company was working diligently and feverishly to take down ALMs intellectual property. Indeed, in the short span of 30 minutes between that brief interview and the publication of this story, several of the impact Teams web links were no longer responding.Besides snippets of account data apparently sampled at random from among some 40 trillion users across ALMs triplet of properties, the hackers leaked maps of internal troupe servers, employee network account information, company bank account data and salary information.More information: http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/07/online-cheating-site-ashleymadison-ha...UPDATE (8/18/2015): Hackers who stole sensitive customer information originally reported back in July, have now stated that because the company has not taken down their site as requested by the hackers, sensitive customer information has been posted online.A data dump, 9.7 gigabytes in size, was posted on tuesday to the dark web using an Onion destination accessible only through the Tor browser. The files appear to include account details and log-ins for some 32 1000000 users of the social networking site, touted as the premier site for married individuals seeking partners for affairs. Seven years worth of credit card and other payment dealing details are also part of the dump, going endorse to 2007. The data, which amounts to millions of defrayal transactions, includes names, street address, email accost and amount paid, but not credit card numbers; instead it includes 4 digits for each dealing that may be the last quatern digits of the citation card or simply a transaction ID unique to each charge.Raja Bhatia, AshleyMadison's founding Chief technology officer stated that these recent data dumps are not legitimate. His team has been reviewing 30 to 80 reported data dumps daily and that most of these dumps are entirely fake and being used by other organizations to charm the attention that's been built up through this releaseMore Information: http://www.wired.com/2015/08/happened-hackers-posted-stolen-ashley-madis...http://krebsonsecurity.com/2015/08/was-the-ashley-madison-database-leaked/ The HackNotice surety search team discovered a data leak file associated with this domain. According to the hacker, this domain was allegedly hacked. If there are no other sources attached to this cut notice, then we don't hold an official revelation of a data incident, so this cut is only implied.