Hackers Target JAL

Up to 750,000 frequent-fliers with Japan Airlines (JAL) could have had their details stolen following a hacking attack.

Up to 750,000 frequent-fliers with Japan Airlines (JAL) could have had their details stolen following a hacking attack.

The data could include names, birth dates, addresses, email and workplaces, though JAL has said that credit card numbers are not at risk.

Last week the airline discovered that a virus had infiltrated its customer information management system and sent up to 21,000 pieces of data to a server in Hong Kong.

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