British Airways admits customer data stolen from website in massive hack

Stuart Sumner
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 380,000 credit card details stolen from BA website and app from 21st August to 5th September
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380,000 credit card details stolen from BA website and app from 21st August to 5th September

380,000 credit card details stolen from website and app from 21st August to 5th September

British Airways has admitted that customer data was stolen from its website and mobile app in a massive hack which the airline says ran from August 21st to 5th September. Around 380,000 customer credit...

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