Newswire: The Ashley Madison hackers are big AC/DC fans, apparently

According to a report in Billboard, the group calling itself The Impact Team, which recently exposed the personal data of users of the FarmersOnly of people who can’t keep it in their pants, Ashley Madison, apparently used AC/DC’s “Thunderstruck” to inform the company that it had been hacked. This information came courtesy of a press conference held in Toronto today, where journalists were handed lyric sheets for the song even though that’s not really necessary because AC/DC songs only have like eight words in them. They were then told than when employees of Ashley Madison parent company Avid Life Media logged into their computers on July 12, they were greeted with the song and a message from the hackers.

“Thunderstruck,” presumably, was chosen due to its lyrical imagery, which describes both being caught on a railroad track unable to escape from an oncoming train and …

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