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Ashley Madison QA Tool

On August 18, 2015 hackers released data on more than 36 million users from Ashley Madison. As a result, we have built a simple self-check tool that allows you to see if your email address was compromised in the leak.

August 28 Update

Today we are releasing a new version of the self-check tool that requires all users to verify that they own the email address being searched prior to seeing the result. After searching, your email address will be promptly deleted from our records and not retained. If you have questions regarding this tool, please feel free to leave a comment on this blog post.

Search Exposed Accounts NOW

Note: The list in question was collected from third-parties, and Trustify has had no contact with the parties responsible for hacking these email addresses. Newly registered emails may not be included. Ashley Madison did not have an email verification process in place at the time the data was collected. As a result, anyone could technically register any email address, whether it was theirs or not. We do not guarantee the accuracy of the results.




Elliot Volkman
Elliot Volkman

 Tags: Infidelity

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