FORBES - Dec 7 - Despite the catastrophic 2015 hack, people still use Ashley Madison to hook up with others looking for some extramarital action. For those who've stuck around, or joined after the breach, decent cybersecurity is a must. Except, according to independent researcher Matt Svensson and Bob Diachenko from cybersecurity firm Kromtech, the site has left private photos exposed to a large portion of customers. Another issue was that pictures are accessible to anyone who has the link, even those who aren't signed up to Ashley Madison. Ruby Life chief information security officer Matthew Maglieri said the company was happy to work with Svensson on the issues. "We can confirm that his findings were corrected and that we have no evidence that any user images were compromised and/or shared outside of the normal course of our member interaction," Maglieri said.