Impact Team, the hackers that stole a massive amount of data from infidelity hookup site Ashley Madison earlier this week, have come forward to tell their side of the story. In an email Q&A with Motherboard, the hack's perpetrators first and foremost shamed Ashley Madison's parent company Avid Life Media for the lax security that made such a hack a surprisingly simple matter. "We worked hard to make fully undetectable attack [sic]," Impact Team said, "then got in and found nothing to bypass." The hackers further called the security levels "bad," saying that "nobody was watching" and there was "no security" to speak of. The fact that Ashley Madison isn't the most secure site out there isn't news, but it's still a bit shocking to see just how cavalier a site that makes its living trading on infidelity is about protecting customer info.