Whoever the Impact Team is, they're certainly trying to teach the founders of Ashley Madison a lesson. The hackers have already been causing hand wringing in homes from Washington, D.C., to Hollywood, and all points in between.
The extramarital site was hacked by Impact Team last month. Following a 30-day threat to do so, they released to the public private information from Ashley Madison's 37 million members. In all, 10GB of data were released.
Already, public figures like reality star Josh Duggar are fessing up to cheating on their spouses. Plus, others like former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair are ducking for cover, claiming they've got nothing to do with their email addresses appearing on the site.
But that 10GB was just the beginning. Now, it seems, Impact Team is out to get the people in charge of Ashley Madison.
In fact, reports say the Impact Team hackers are releasing 20GB of private information from Ashley Madison executives. That includes Noel Biderman, CEO of parent company Avid Life Media. The Impact Team hackers posted a message to him, saying: "Hey Noel, you can admit it's real now."