Oyster card accounts locked with users asked to reset passwords

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Oyster cards were introduced almost 20 years ago
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Oyster cards were introduced almost 20 years ago

TfL acts for a second time following August security breach - again blaming the risk of credential stuffing

Oyster card users with online accounts have had their passwords reset by Transport for London - an indication that the August admission of a data breach might be far larger than originally suggested...

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