Around 750,000 customers’ data breach at japan airlines

according to the coming reports,around 750,000 customer’s data is leaked and airliner aren’t sure whether the customer’s bank details and passwords are included in the leaked data or not.according to the japan times the data was stolen from company’s frequent flier program.The leaked data includes personal information like name,address,work details and gender.as per the japan airlines they didn’t  identified any loss of bank details and passwords.The leaked data were detected on last Friday and on this monday and with the help of 23 virus infected computers among seven computers were sending data to hong kong.
as this was not the first attempt attack on the japan airlines.as the japan airlines has now improve their security and has blocked unauthorized access to its systems.japan airlines hasnt add more comments on the leaked data…
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2 thoughts on “Around 750,000 customers’ data breach at japan airlines

  1. Thanks for an informative post!
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