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The hackers called themselves the "Impact Team," and the potential release includes "profiles with all the customers' secret sexual fantasies and matching credit card transactions, real names and addresses, and employee documents and emails." In a statement, Avid Life Media, the parent company, said: "At this time, we have been able to secure our sites, and close the unauthorized access points.A recent thread on Reddit posed the very intimate question, "People who walked in on their S. She walked into his bedroom and found him in bed with another woman. I started seeing red and knew that if I didn't get out of there something bad would happen, so I left. Here are just nine of the best responses, and for more, check out the entire thread right here. "One of my coworkers ran into her then-boyfriend's house to get her phone charger before work.Just plug in a name or email address, and you'll find out if someone who signed up for the service.CNNMoney is not linking to these sites directly, but they can be found via regular Web searches -- if you know exactly what to look for.
Usually, hacked data is difficult to reach or sort through.