Here's How to Find Out Which Cheaters Were Unmasked in Ashley Madison Hack

As we've reported, the still-unknown individuals who hacked Ashley Madison, a website that promotes extramarital hookups, dumped personal and financial data on an estimated 3.2 million users.

According to an Ashley Madison estimate shared with us earlier this year, that total could include more than 70,000 people in the metro Denver area.

Curious if your spouse is among them? Numerous websites have popped up in recent days that allow you to find out.

The one that's gotten the most attention is, but it's apparently overwhelmed at this writing. We've been unable to get the site to load.

Fortunately, there are plenty of alternatives. This link will take you to a special Ashley Madison page, seen in this screen capture.....

Another option is, which states that the hack unleashed approximately 36 million e-mail addresses, some of which are duplicates — and the following screen capture even includes an example of it's creator's online credibility....

There's also a more general site, HaveIBeenPwned:

The sites generally require e-mail addresses for searches, although HaveIBeenPwned also allows a search for usernames.

Thus far, we haven't found a site that is searchable by location, so we can't tell you everyone in Colorado who might have had data released. But one celebrity was reportedly revealed: Josh Duggar.

To paraphrase the Ashley Madison slogan: Life is short. Find out who'd like to have an affair.
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