Popular cheating spouse website hacked; Bill Clinton’s having a bad day

Bill Clinton’s ears must be ringing today.

Hackers have breached the security of a popular cheating website and are threatening to release nude photos and names.

People who use the site Ashley Madison to have an affair behind the backs of their spouses may be on pins and needles, but social media addicts are loving every minute of it.

“Bill Clinton’s calling his PR people,” one tweet suggested, jokingly.

The website’s parent company, Avid Life Media, confirmed the hack saying they have since secured the site and are working with law enforcement to catch the perpetrators, according to the New York Post who blared the headline “Horndogs using this website are in big, big trouble.”

The hackers, who call themselves The Impact Team, leaked snippets of the compromised data online and warned they would release customers’ real names, profiles, nude photos, credit card details and “secret sexual fantasies” unless their demands were met, Krebs said.

Avid Life did not disclose what information was stolen.

The hackers demanded the closure of another of Avid Life Media’s sites, sugar-daddy site “Established Men”, but did not target the company’s “CougarLife” site, which caters to women members looking for “a young stud”.

Ashley Madison, which uses the slogan “Life is short. Have an affair,” has been planning to raise up to $200 million through an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange.

Meanwhile the Twitterverse was alive with mockery wondering if Hillary Clinton’s campaign was prepared for the fallout should former President Clinton’s name be revealed as a customer.

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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