Ever wonder what the Federal employees the government considers next to impossible to fire do all day? Well, for at least 15,000 Federal employees who used their work emails to log into AshleyMadison.com, a dating site that allows you to arrange "discrete" "relationships," many of which are with married individuals, that answer is pretty clear.
Ashley Madison, whose tagline is "Life is Short, Have an Affair," is the subject of a massive hack, with a group called "Impact Team" harvesting emails and holding them hostage. Last night, the hackers released the email addresses and while the database isn't secure enough to search, it contains around 37 million records. DC-based users lead the nation in Ashley Madison profiles, and the logged emails come from areas across the government, from the State Department to Homeland Security and beyond.