Toronto police have appealed to the ‘white hat’ hacker community for help in tracking down Impact Team, the perpetrators of the Ashley Madison data breach, after revealing two people may have taken their own lives due to the leaks. “Team Impact,” Superintendent Bryce Evans said at a press conference, directly addressing the criminals behind the hack, “I want to make it very clear to you — your actions are illegal and will not be tolerated.” Evans said the suicide reports were unconfirmed as yet, and it is unknown if it was members of the site or other persons who had been killed. But Toronto Police stressed the “enormous social and economic fallout” caused by the hackers, who published the usernames, real names, street addresses and partial credit card numbers of some 36 million dating site users. Evans thanked the open source tech community for its help so far, and told journalists that Avid Life Media — owners of Ashley Madison and sister dating site Established Men — is offering a reward of $500,000 to anyone providing information that leads to the identification, arrest or prosecution of the person or people behind the hack. “You know the Impact Team has crossed […]
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