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Hackers Hacked American Airlines And Stole Customers Data

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American Airlines has notified some customers about a data breach. 

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An "unauthorized hacker" gained access to names, birth dates, postal and email addresses, phone numbers, 

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Driver's license numbers and passport numbers, and "certain medical information" via compromised email addresses. 

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Bleeping Computer reports that American Airlines was able to alert these customers. 

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A sample letter sent by American Airlines on September 16th states that the airline found the breach in July and started an investigation with a third-party security cybersecurity firm.

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Reporters asked the company whether it knew how long attackers had been able to access the email accounts before the breach was discovered. 

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Andrea Koos, the spokesperson for the airline does not answer the question properly.

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American Airlines knows phishing campaigns led to unauthorized access to limited team member mailboxes. 

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Koos stated that only a small amount of employees' and customers' personal information was found in these email accounts. 

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He also said that American Airlines is currently implementing technical safeguards to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.

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