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Ashley Madison takes your privacy very seriously…. until they don’t…

Thomas Fox-Brewster reports:

Despite the catastrophic 2015 hack that hit the dating site for adulterous folk, people still use Ashley Madison to hook up withothers looking for some extramarital action. For those who’ve stuck around, or joined after the breach, decent cybersecurity is a must. Except, according to security researchers, the site has leftphotos of a veryprivate nature belonging toa large portion of customers exposed.The issues arose from the way in which Ashley Madison handled photos designed to be hidden from public view. Whilst users’ public pictures are viewable by anyone who’s signed up, private photos are secured by a “key.” But Ashley Madison automatically shares a user’s key with another person if the latter shares their key first. By doing that, even if a user declines to share their private key, and by extension their pics, it’s still possible to get them without authorization.

Read more on Forbes. And no, that wasn’t Forbes’ headline for the story....(continued)

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