The program is about a group of staffers on a televised dating show.
All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm.
A sampling of the leaked data indicates that users provided random numbers and addresses to open accounts.
But files containing credit card transactions likely yield real names and addresses, unless members of the site used anonymous pre-paid cards, which offer more anonymity.
Hunt, who also runs his own blog at troyhunt.com, has been keeping on top of developments with other Ashley Madison searchable databases and has come out strongly against
The site spammed users with fear-inducing emails and adverts for a private investigator.
The database has since stopped sending unsolicited messages to its users but not before the emails caused a stink on social media.
Messages were sent not just to users who checked their own emails but also to those who had their addresses checked by partners or a third party.
She began her professional career as a model when she was still in elementary school, and then made the leap to film and television work in 2001. She has also appeared in numerous television films, including "Deceit", "Christmas Mail", "The Perfect Boyfriend", "Summoned", "Nightmare Nanny", and "Holiday Road Trip".
Since then, she has appeared in such projects as "A. Artificial Intelligence", "Criminal Mastermind", "S. She is next slated to co-star on the Lifetime Television comedy-drama series, "Un-Real".
At least three other sites that previously offered similar services have been taken down.
The site has posted a message claiming it received a take-down notice from Avid Life Media.
"You or someone you know recently used our search tool to see if your email address was compromised in the Ashley Madison leak, and we can confirm your details were exposed," the emails explain before following up with the message: "Talk with one of our experienced investigative consultants to learn how you can find out what incriminating information is available and could ruin your life."Some emails were sent out saying: "Your boss might know", in the subject header.