I am not the Ashley Madison hacker

To set the record straight:

Yes, it’s true that I’m a computer programmer—but that in no way makes me a hacker. And yes, it’s true that my novel HitList is about a hacker who stole the user database of a disreputable website of nefarious purpose. And yes, after the hacking, the website users’ secrets were unleashed, and much chaos did ensue. But no no no no, I did not hack the Ashley Madison website.  

Look—I saw how it turned out in HitList. I know better.

HitList by K. Rawson

HitList by K. Rawson available on Amazon


  1. Are you sure? Don’t be surprised if the FBI comes a-callin’.

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    1. I think I’d remember. Please, not the FBI (again) 😉

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  2. Intriguing! But of course you’re not because I’m Sparticus…I mean the AM hacker.
    But seriously, I’m sure you’ve nothing to worry about – just checking to see if you’re on it…Well anyone could sympathise surely?

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    1. Uh oh, now they’re going after you! Pretty sure I’m not on AM. I would remember that! But if I was, I hope I had fun.

      However, I guess most of the women’s accounts were fake so it sounds as if very little fun was had.


  3. I’m a computer programmer too, and also did not hack Ashley Madison.
    Two down, fifty million to go. We’ll get to the truth 🙂

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    1. Lol, eventually. You have to watch those nerds I guess!

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  4. That hack made me think of your book. If it’s not you, it might be Quinn.

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    1. Sounds like something she’d do!


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