Cathay Pacific admits to data compromise of 9.4 million passengers - eight months ago

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Passport numbers and identity card details also compromised in the March 2018 airline hack

Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific has admitted a security breach in March 2018 that compromised the personal details of 9.4 million passengers. Data accessed by the hackers included credit card, ...

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