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Emails sent by the founder of infidelity website Ashley appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company, cyber security experts confirmed on Thursday.The data dump by hackers who have attacked the site appears to include email messages linked to Noel Biderman, founder and chief executive officer of its Toronto-based parent company Avid Life Media. Defense Department and Postal Service is also investigating the alleged use of military and other government email accounts on the site.According to Krebs, who cites the hackers’ manifesto, Avid Life Media — the parent company of Ashley Madison — still holds the credit card information (which contains names and addresses) of people who forked over the for a "full delete." I’ve got their profile right in front of me, all their work credentials.It was definitely a person here that was not an employee but certainly had touched our technical services," Biderman told Krebs."Everything appears to be legit," he said in an email."We have portions downloaded and its confirmed legitimate thus far." A report in Vice Media's online technology site Motherboard, which first reported the new data dump, said the release bore the same fingerprints as Tuesday's release. The additional release will likely ratchet up the pressure on Avid Life, which has been quiet about exactly how much and what sort of data was stolen in a breach in July.
The old tagline has been dropped from Ashley and, as of today, replaced with Find Your Moment."It just goes to say that all press is good press ... government employees—including some with sensitive jobs in the White House, Congress and law enforcement agencies—used Internet connections in their federal offices to access and pay membership fees to the website, The Associated Press reported. The Pentagon said it was aware of reports that military email addresses were among those posted earlier in the week. Postal Service and its internal watchdog also plan to review whether or not some of the agency's employees may have violated federal policies by using their government email on the website.The awareness of the brand is through the roof," Brooks said. Several tech websites reported that more than 15,000 email addresses were government and military ones. Defense Secretary Ash Carter told a Pentagon news conference that different service branches were looking into the matter. The company, which also owns websites Cougar and Established Men.com, did not immediately respond to requests for comment."These guys are very diligent about not being caught," said Erik Cabetas, managing partner of Include Security, who has done forensic work on the initial dump.
The 20-gigabyte data dump reported on Thursday would be roughly double the size of the earlier one.