The stolen database of 32 million people who used cheating website Ashley Madison has made its way to the Web. And it's easily searchable on several websites. 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. Stolen files are posted on the Dark Web which requires a special web browser called Tor.
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Share this article Share After hackers breached the site and published the details of Ashley Madison clients last week, only Nikolai, Alaska, Perryville, Alaska, and Polvadera, New Mexico, came back clean. The combined population of the three zip codes, people in all, can rest assured that if their spouses are being unfaithful, they are doing it the old-fashioned way and not using the web. It's possible that there are other zip codes that do not have any actual Ashley Madison users because there have been instances where phony accounts were created by bots. Polvadera is very rural and its small population and lack of internet have led to no Ashley Madison users In both Nikolai pictured and Perryville, the majority of residents are indigenous Alaskans A TV show based on the dating site was being shopped around Hollywood even before the massive hack Even if the residents of the three zip codes continue to abstain from using the site, they still might have the opportunity to experience it to a certain extent thanks to Hollywood TV executives. A television show based on the dating site for married people was being shopped around Hollywood even before the massive online hack. OutEast Entertainment made a deal in with Avid Life Media Inc the parent company of Ashley Madison, to use the website's name in the television show with the hopes of drawing some of the site's 37 million clients to watch the series. The concept for the show would focus on a divorced woman 'who has a different vision for what marriage might look like in modern day,' Hazlett said.
Only three US zip codes have no registered Ashley Madison users