Thursday, 2 April 2015

British Airways frequent flyer Executive Club accounts compromised

Tens of thousands of British Airways frequent flyer accounts have been compromised in a cyberattack, forcing the company to freeze the accounts and issue an apology, the media have reported. British Airways sporadically responded to tweets from concerned customers, The Register reports. In one such exchange it said: "We’re sorry for any concern. We’ve become aware of some unauthorized activity in relation to your account and have frozen your Avios as a precaution. We’ll be sending you more details via an email". The company said only a small portion of its millions of customers were affected, and that personal information,… [Continue Reading]



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