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Who hacked Ashley Madison and does the dating site still exist?

A new documentary exploring the data breach that exposed millions of affairs has dropped on Netflix. Extramarital dating app Ashley Madison saw users' private data become public when it was hacked in 2015.

The site enticed droves of users looking to cheat on their partners with the tagline: "Life is short. Have an affair." The controversial site was the first of its kind, founded by Canadian businessman Darren Morgenstern in 2001 who'd been wowed by a statistic that claimed 30% of people on existing dating sites were married.

The app claimed, due to its discreet nature, to have extensive security measures - but the breach and its fallout proved otherwise. Some 36 million users' details were released across three 'data dumps' in August 2015.

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Their usernames, email addresses, photos credit card details and saucy conversations were uploaded to the dark web by a suspected hacker group. Among those stung was family YouTuber Sam Rader, 38, who admitted to downloading the app to talk to women despite being married to wife and the mother of his children, Nia.

While Sam admitted to using the app, he denied ever having an affair. But the revelation lead him to unleash a bombshell: He'd actually cheated on Nia, 35, throughout their marriage - even making moves on some of her friends.

Three-part Netflix series, Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Scandal, hears from those impacted by the data breach - including those who worked on the site. We take a look at who was behind the scandal and whether or not the site is still running.

Almost a decade on, it still isn't known who was behind the Ashley Madison data breach. A suspected