Meanwhile, it has been reported that the most popular username on the site is "Talldarkhandsome".
Admitting to infidelity might still be the last thing most people would want to do in public.
But an analysis of what social media users are saying has shown the number of people disclosing they are a member of the site has increased 20 times since the hack was revealed last month (and their posts are usually "coupled with excuses").
• Hackers claim to have released adultery details of 37 million • FBI joins hunt for hackers after act of 'cyber vigilantism' • Ashley Madison data dump exposes hundreds of public servants • Millions fearful as hackers make adultery website data public • UK Government email addresses 'uploaded by The Impact Team' • Data appears to include card details, usernames and sexual fantasies • Rupert Myers: 'This will destroy lives of perfectly innocent people' • Q&A: Everything you need to know about the hack According to the website Political Scrapbook, there are 92 Ministry of Defence email addresses among the leaked details.
The website has found 1,716 email addresses from universities and further education colleges, using the uk suffix; 124 using uk; 92 using uk; 65 local education authorities and schools using uk; 56 National Heath Service emails and less than 50 police emails (.police.uk) Michelle Thomson, one of the SNP's newly-elected Westminster MPs, has said one of her email addresses is among the leaked data dumped online by hackers.
The married MP said someone had stolen her email address and used it without her knowledge.
She said: “Along with potentially millions of others, an out-of-use email address seems to have been harvested by hackers.
I am not aware of or in contact with either Avid Life or Ashley Madison and look forward to finding out more about what has actually happened.
"However, having a personal email address linked to an account doesn’t mean that person is really a user of Ashley Madison.
Users are able to sign up to the site without responding to an email verification, meaning anyone’s email address could have been used to create an account.” More than 100 official UK Government email addresses are at the centre of a major leak of hacked data from the Ashley Madison adultery website.
Personal details of up to 32 million users of the site, which has the tagline "Life is short.
Have an affair", were released after it was hacked last month by a group calling itself The Impact Team.