Cathay Pacific cyberattack far worse than thought, airline admits facing intense hack


  • TECH
  • Tuesday, 13 Nov 2018

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A major cyberattack that saw the data of 9.4 million Cathay Pacific Airways customers stolen by hackers was far worse than the airline has previously admitted.

Rather than the “suspicious activity” it said it had discovered on its billion-dollar computer network in March, the carrier revealed that it had been the target of an intense attack lasting more than three months.

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