Easy Jet Reveals 'Sophisticated' Hack of Customer Details
Techlife News|May 23, 2020
U.K.-based budget airline easyJet said that “highly sophisticated” hackers accessed the email addresses and travel details of approximately 9 million customers.

It also said that following a “forensic” investigation, it found that the credit card details of only 2,208 people were accessed and that those affected have already been contacted.

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