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Your spouse or long term partner may have been unduly distracted in the wake of the Ashley Maddison data leak, checking their phone more often than usual or locking themselves away with their laptop.

If you think your husband, wife, girlfriend or boyfriend is one of the over 32 million individuals who has cheated using the Ashley Madison or Established Men sites there are fairly straightforward steps you can take to check and then confirm they signed up and paid in hopes of cheating.

Here are links to all of my posts on the Ashley Madison leak: Life Is Eternal. This is a significant moment of embarrassment for the church—and it should be.

Based on my conversations with leaders from several denominations in the U. and Canada, I estimate that at least 400 church leaders (pastors, elders, staff, deacons, etc.) will be resigning Sunday.

At least three other sites that previously offered similar services have been taken down.

The site has posted a message claiming it received takedown notice from Avid Life Media.

But now anyone can check if his or her spouse was cheating — just by filling out a form.

And they’re traded on file-sharing platforms (which also requires special software and clicking on dubious downloads).

Concerned husbands and wives who want to be more certain their spouses have been cheating can go to the lengths of downloading the data released by the Impact Team through a Bit Torrent client such as q Bittorrent.

The dumped data from Avid Life Media can then be downloaded from a torrent tracking website, or by clicking on this magnet link which should automatically open in your preferred Bit Torrent program.

It is still possible to check whether your details or those of your potentially errant partner were dumped online by Impact Team.

The website haveibeenpwned.com, created by Microsoft security developer Troy Hunt, remains untouched in the wake of Avid Life Media's issuing of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) requests asking sites including twitter remove information made public in the leak.

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