Analysts are poring over the latest details to emerge from the AshleyMadison hack and the implications for the company going forward. Since the hackers released their treasure trove Monday, we’re starting to get a sense of how big this hack really was.

As Ars Technica notes, the breadth of this attack is massive. It too early to say if it’s on the scale of the Sony hack last winter — but this is certainly a big deal

Here’s what we know has been taken, by the numbers:

  • 33 million accounts with user information, including names, street addresses and phone numbers

  • 36 million email addresses

  • 9.6 million documented transactions

  • 10 GB of compressed data Read more…

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What we know now about the AshleyMadison hack, by the numbers