People can, obviously, cheat without the aid of that site—and historically have.But if your husband or wife is on Ashley Madison, you may want to think about your marriage just a wee bit. Earlier this year, ‘elite’ dating platform Beautiful also fell foul of a data breach which leaked profile details of over 1.1 million users, including sexual preference, relationship status and income.
A spokesperson for Ashley told Mail Online that Ms Silva's allegations were 'without merit', and that recent pictures show her 'enjoying herself on a jet ski - an unlikely activity for someone who has allegedly suffered serious injury'.'Our service is 100per cent authentic, as described in our terms and conditions,' he added.
'And we resent any implication otherwise and are certain we will be both vindicated and victorious in court.'But if she had been made aware of the 'ethical and legal issues arising in relation to online fraud', Ms Silva says she would not have done the work, and she would not have sustained her injuries from 'an enormous amount of keyboarding'.
The high-profile hacking of cheating site Ashley Madison in 2015, saw attackers taking off with over 25 gigabytes of company data and user information.
Despite the scandal, it seems that the publicity afforded the online infidelity market a considerable boost.
Anyone looking for love knows there’s nothing worse than finding a cheater on a dating app.