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Disgusting! Ashley Madison was Building an App – 'What's your Wife Worth?'

Disgusting! Ashley Madison was Building an App – 'What's your Wife Worth?'

Aug 28, 2015
We could expect Ashley Madison to cross any limits when it comes to cheating, but this is WORSE . After all the revelations made by the Impact Team past week, this was something different from the leaked data that had names, password and other details of Ashley Madison client s. A dump from the leaked files unfold awful strategy of Avid Life Media (ALM), Ashley Madison's parent company, to launch an app called " What's your wife worth ." As the name says it all, the app allows men to Rate each others Wives. Know Your Wife Worth ' What's your wife worth ' was discovered in a June 2013 email exchanged between Noel Biderman , ALM's chief executive and Brian Offenheim , ALM's vice president of creative and design, which said that Biderman suggested Offenheim about the probable outlook of the app. He suggested options like " Choice should be 'post your wife' and 'bid on someone's wife' ," also
Here’s the List of Top 10 Big Tech Companies where Ashley Madison is very Popular

Here's the List of Top 10 Big Tech Companies where Ashley Madison is very Popular

Aug 26, 2015
Cheaters Exposed! Would it be  the Impact Team or a woman ex-employee who worked for Avid Life Media (as per John McAfee claims ), the hackers that breached the cheater's dating website Ashley Madison has made the world aware of a lot of unfaithful people. The data crunching firm Dadaviz has analysed the leaked information of the Ashley Madison website and  revealed that thousands of the cheating website customers are from the large tech companies. Among those large tech companies, IBM and HP have the highest number of employees using the online infidelity website. Also, the list included Cisco, Apple, Intel and Microsoft employees. Top 10 Big Tech Companies that Love to Cheat Here is the list of Top 10 Big Tech Companies where Ashley Madison is the most popular: IBM HP Cisco Apple Intel Microsoft Samsung SAP Oracle Qualcomm Dadaviz found that one-third (34 percent) of all the Ashley Madison accounts were fake. Of course, there would be
SaaS Compliance through the NIST Cybersecurity Framework

SaaS Compliance through the NIST Cybersecurity Framework

Feb 20, 2024Cybersecurity Framework / SaaS Security
The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework is one of the world's most important guidelines for securing networks. It can be applied to any number of applications, including SaaS.  One of the challenges facing those tasked with securing SaaS applications is the different settings found in each application. It makes it difficult to develop a configuration policy that will apply to an HR app that manages employees, a marketing app that manages content, and an R&D app that manages software versions, all while aligning with NIST compliance standards.  However, there are several settings that can be applied to nearly every app in the SaaS stack. In this article, we'll explore some universal configurations, explain why they are important, and guide you in setting them in a way that improves your SaaS apps' security posture.  Start with Admins Role-based access control (RBAC) is a key to NIST adherence and should be applied to every SaaS a
Ashley Madison Hacker – An Insider Woman Employee?

Ashley Madison Hacker – An Insider Woman Employee?

Aug 26, 2015
"Ashley Madison was not hacked!" This is what declared by John McAfee , former founder of antivirus software company McAfee. So far everyone must be aware of Ashley Madison massive data breach. Last week, the hackers, who called themselves Impact Team, posted 10GB of personal data for tens of Millions of its customers, including their names and email addresses. Frequently followed by another leak, where hackers released another 20GB of company's internal data , including personal emails from the CEO of Ashley Madison parent company Avid Life, Noel Biderman, along with the source code for its website and mobile apps. John McAfee: Ashley Madison is an Inside Job by a Woman However, in a post published in the International Business Times, McAfee made a controversial statement saying, " Ashley Madison was not hacked ," and claiming that the alleged data breach was " an inside job ." McAfee says Ashley Madison data was plunde
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Are You Vulnerable to Third-Party Breaches Through Interconnected SaaS Apps?

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Protect against cascading risks by identifying and mitigating app2app and third-party SaaS vulnerabilities.
Hack Leads to Extortions and Suicides! Ashley Madison puts $500,000 Bounty on Hackers' Head

Hack Leads to Extortions and Suicides! Ashley Madison puts $500,000 Bounty on Hackers' Head

Aug 25, 2015
It's been a rough week for cheating website Ashley Madison, whose slogan is " Life is short, have an affair ." Last week, the Impact Team, who claimed to hack Ashley Madison, posted 10GB of personal data for tens of Millions of its customers, including their names and email addresses. The hackers made things even worse by releasing another 20GB of company's internal data , including personal emails from the CEO of Ashley Madison parent company Avid Life, Noel Biderman , along with the source code for Ashley Madison's website and mobile apps. However, regardless of how you respond to the Ashley Madison hack , the bottom line is that what the hackers, who called themselves The Impact Team, did was highly illegal. Not just illegal, but now the Ashley Madison hack has become a reason for suicides, blackmail and multiple cases of extortion. "Two unconfirmed reports of suicides due to #AshleyMadisonHack, says Acting Staff Superintendent Bry
Ashley Madison Hackers (with another 300GB Dump) – Wait, Cheaters! We haven't Yet Done

Ashley Madison Hackers (with another 300GB Dump) – Wait, Cheaters! We haven't Yet Done

Aug 22, 2015
Over a month ago, a group of hackers breached the popular cheater's dating service Ashley Madison and its parent company Avid Life Media, affecting tens of Millions site customers private life and also dump the website's source code onto the dark web. The hackers behind the Ashley Madison hack, who call themselves The Impact Team, leaked 10GB of its customers private data online on Tuesday, shortly followed by another 20GB of company's internal data  on Thursday. The second round of leak exposed a massive amount of e-mail from Ashley Madison parent company's Avid Life Media CEO Noel Biderman . Now, the Impact Team also posted a third data dump on Friday. Hackers Finally Break Their Silence The hackers finally spoke out for the first time after the bombshell leaks. In an interview with Motherboard, the hackers claimed to have 300GB of other data from Ashley Madison hack, which includes nude photographs and private, explicit chats between memb
Ashley Madison 2.0 — Hackers Leak 20GB Data Dump, Including CEO's Emails

Ashley Madison 2.0 — Hackers Leak 20GB Data Dump, Including CEO's Emails

Aug 21, 2015
The Impact Team – Wait, Cheaters! We haven't yet done. The group of hackers behind the breach of Ashley Madison , the popular cheater's dating service, have released a second, even much bigger 'cheat sheet' exposing sensitive materials that include sensitive corporate information. Two days ago, the hackers   released nearly 10GB of its customers ' personal data online, which included 36 million emails and hashed passwords , 9.6 Million Credit Card Transactions records and their associated usernames. Nearly 20GB of Ashley Madison Internal Data LEAKED This time, the Impact Team leaked nearly 20GB worth of what appears to be internal data – not customers' data – from the adultery website on the dark Web. The leaked data appears to include the source code for the site, as well as a massive amount of e-mail from Ashley Madison parent company's Avid Life Media CEO Noel Biderman. According to the researcher, who analysed the leaked data, the TL;D
Ashley Madison Hackers Finally Released All the Stolen Data Online

Ashley Madison Hackers Finally Released All the Stolen Data Online

Aug 19, 2015
Well, Cheaters are about to have a very Bad Night Today! Hackers who claimed to have stolen customers' data from Ashley Madison , the popular online casual sex and cheating website with a tagline " Life is short. Have an affair ," recently leaked nearly 10GB of its users' personal data online. The group of hackers, which called itself The Impact Team , has reportedly leaked personal data of Ashley Madison customers on the so-called dark web, meaning the data is accessible anyone on encrypted browsers. The leaked data includes personal details of nearly 36 Million Ashley Madison customers' accounts , which includes: Username First and Last Names Email addresses Hashed passwords Partial Credit Card data Street Names Phone Numbers Records documenting 9.6 Million Credit Card Transactions No Mercy for You Cheaters! The Impact Team stole the data  from the popular cheating website last month and threatened the company to reveal all a
Oops! Adult Dating Website Ashley Madison Hacked; 37 Million Accounts Affected

Oops! Adult Dating Website Ashley Madison Hacked; 37 Million Accounts Affected

Jul 21, 2015
" Life is short. Have an affair, " but always remember " Cheaters never prosper. " AshleyMadison.com , an American most prominent dating website, that helps married people cheat on their spouses has been hacked, potentially putting very private details of Millions of its users at risk of being exposed. The Stolen personal data may include information from users' real names, addresses and their personal photographs to credit card details and sexually explicit chat logs. With a Huge Database of over 37 Million users, AshleyMadison.com , owned by Avid Life Media (ALM) company , is a very popular dating website that helps married people have extramarital affairs. Cougar Life and Established Men, two other dating sites also owned by Avid Life Media, have also had their data compromised. The Hacker group responsible for the hacks called itself " The Impact Team, " a company spokesperson confirmed. The group apparently raises an obje
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