Enter your loved one’s email to see if they are unfaithful
During the weekend, Ashley Madison – the online dating and dating site for married people and people in relationships – had the personal information of its users taken by pirates. And, if I was one of the approximately 37 million users of his site, I would be afraid of it. But, I guess, if you consciously decide to create a profile on the site, then I guess you deserve to get what’s in store for you. In light of the hack, Washington, DC-based startup Ashley Madison is helping people determine if loved ones cheated on them – and all they need is their email address.
Update: Hackers have followed through on their threat to leak Ashley Madison’s data.
Last month we had the opportunity to sit down with Danny Boice to discuss his new startup Trust, which offers private investigation services on demand. In response to the recent hack of Ashley Madison, the company launched a tool earlier this week which allows people to find out if their loved ones are cheating on them. By simply entering your loved one’s email address, you will receive a report as to whether they have been spotted online meeting other people.
In May of this year, adult dating site AdultFriendFinder also faced a hack of its user data. The data was incredibly revealing, showing individuals’ sexual preferences and proclaimed relationship statuses, and was posted online to the embarrassment of many – from a commanding officer at a Washington police academy to a Federal Aviation employee. Administration (FAA). Trustify’s tool examines data from Adult Friend Finder to find out if any of the more than 100 million users in its network matches your partner’s email.
If you use Trustify’s tool and find that your partner’s email has been found, it’s important to note that this doesn’t necessarily mean they were cheating – other explanations could include stealing the your partner’s online identity. According to Trustify’s Boice in an interview with ABC Hello Washington:
” It’s usual. So I think people who cheat are inherently going to do things so as not to get caught. So fake names… fake email addresses. And even if they use their real email address, it doesn’t mean that they are cheating, it can mean that a very difficult discussion has to take place in the marriage.
While Trustify’s tool does not currently include data from the Ashley Madison hack (since it was not released online), it is possible that it will soon be accessed. According to Ashley Madison hackers, all of this user data would be disclosed unless the site was taken offline. It is now Wednesday and it looks like Avid Life Media – Ashley Madison’s parent company – has no plans to shut down the site, and even pointed out the message that they were able to remove all the stolen information and secure all unauthorized information. Access points.
To experience Trustify’s tool for yourself, visit Trustify.info/Cheater.