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Airline IT provider hacked, Star Alliance and OneWorld frequent flyer data breached – ABC News

Hackers were in some computer systems for up to a month but the company that was breached will not say how many airlines or travellers were affected.



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The hack of a company that manages ticket-processing and frequent-flyer data for major global airlines including Star Alliance and OneWorld members has compromised the personal data of an unspecified number of travellers.

  • Singapore Airlines, New Zealand Air and Lufthansa were among those affected.
  • Some airlines urged frequent-flyer customers to change their account passwords
  • SITA provides IT services for the airline industry

The hackers were able to access some computer systems at Atlanta-based SITA…

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