Trustify sock puppet claims “the only emails tied to the search tool are the verification emails.”

Trustify has updated their Ashley Madison search tool. According to internationally renowned web security expert, Troy Hunt this is a “positive change.” Trustify’s choice, according to Hunt, is “publicly now is the right thing to do.”

Is Trustify still blasting out those extortionist ‘your boss might know’ emails? “I don’t know” responded Hunt, in a tweet, “You’d need to find someone in the dump in order to check that.”

About an hour later, Elliot Volkman chimed in,”The only emails tied to the search tools are — More—

Is Trustify trustworthy?

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – Our August 19th post, Find out if your client’s partner or spouse is on Ashley Madison, pointed to Trustify’s database and urged private investigators to use it as a research tool. That was before we learned Trustify was harvesting those email addresses and sending uninvited solicitations to the victims of the Ashley Madison hack.

To get the full story, we met with Metropolitan State University Computer Science Professor Steve Beaty. Here’s what we found out: — More—

Colorado email addresses exposed by Ashley Madison hack

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – According to Denver Channel’s Marshall Zelinger’s article “Logins from the Ashley Madison hack include Colorado state, city and school district email addresses.” The Ashely Madison user information released by the hacker group, The Impact Team earlier this week contained 10 state employee addresses and the addresses of — More—

Find out if your client’s partner or spouse is on Ashley Madison

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

Does your client want to know if his or her fiancee, husband or wife is registered on Ashely Madison, the infidelity dating site for cheating spouses?

Last week’s Trustify post mentioned that the newly launched ‘Uber’ of the PI world was prepping for the public release of Ashley Madison user profiles. You can see the results of that preparation and find out whether your client’s husband, wife or partner is signed up with Ashley Madison, — More—

Rocky Mountain Region 2015 Conference runs October 8 – 11th

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

DENVER – This year, the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado (PPIAC) hosts their 2015 Rocky Mountain Region Conference in Estes Park, Colorado from Thursday, October 8th to Sunday, October 11th. If you are PPIAC or a Process Servers Association of Colorado (PSACO) member who registers early you can attend for — More—

Is Trustify the “Uber” of the private investigator world?

By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger

Following its June 2015 launch, Trustify has garnered tons of media attention. Most recently, it was featured in Pursuit Magazine, a trade publication for detectives and private investigators.

Here’s how writer Chad Nichols characterized the fledgeling company’s user experience and summarizes its services in Pursuit:

“Any curious person can download an app to their mobile device, and within minutes, Trustify will process their request to find out things like whether “my partner is cheating on me” or if “the person I’m dating is who I think they are,” among other options. The company was started by D.C. area tech entrepreneur Danny Boice. Customers are changed $67 an hour (of which the investigators get $30) for its on-demand service.”

After gaining a 30% user uptick following the Ashley Madison hack it strategized on ways to — More—