Air India suffered only one major disaster (although not very largeDisruption of flight information in recent memories. The program of Indian Times Air India reports are available revealed that the breach affected nearly 4.5 million passengers whose data was registered on the SITA system between August 2011 and the end of February 2021. The suspects could not find passwords, but had names, contact numbers, tickets and more flyer information (including Star Agreement).
Sex workers also have access to credit card information, although the need for the system may decrease as CVV / CVC numbers are not included.
The flight first became aware of the incident on February 25 (and issued a warning on March 19), but only knew of those involved on March 25 and May 4. It was already investigating the breach and had shut down the affected servers, including resetting passwords for a recurring program. .
It is not known who caused this. However, the damage is not limited to one plane. STIA sells Computer Games in words that customers from several airlines were victims, including passengers who flew with Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Jeju Air, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, SAS and Singapore Airlines. While this is not as minor as the Cathay Pacific 2018 crash that affected 9.4 million customers, the results could be heard around the world for some time to come.
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