Air India Data Breach Exposes 4.5 Million Customers' Data
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In the second major Indian airline data breach over the past six months, Air India announced it suffered a massive data breach that exposed 4.5 million customers’ data. Air India issued a statement saying that it first learned of the breach on February 25, 2021, but that it clarified the identity of the affected data subjects on March 25 and April 5.
Among the data stolen, some of which may have already been uploaded to hacking forums, are name, date of birth, contact information, passport information, ticket information, frequent flyer data, and credit card information. (Saurabh Sinha / TNN)
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