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The dating website company has since hired UK cybersecurity firm Sycura to investigate the breach and is working with police to trace those behind the attack, spokesman Paul Keable confirmed.

"We immediately launched a thorough investigation utilising leading forensics experts and other security professionals to determine the origin, nature, and scope of this incident."We apologise for this unprovoked and criminal intrusion into our customers' information.

If their demands are not met, the cybercriminals have threatened to leak the websites' 37 million users' most intimate details including names, ages, addresses, credit card information, nude pictures and sexual fantasies.

A small sample of the extremely damaging data was posted online by the group along with a statement addressed to Avid Life Media, the Canadian parent company that owns Ashley Madison.

Ashley Madison – an online dating service for people seeking extramarital affairs – boasts more than 1.2 million British users.