Oct 31, 2018

Eurostar resets customer passwords after hack attack

Eurostar has reset its customers' login passwords after detecting attempts to break into an unspecified number of accounts. The firm declined to say whether any of the hack attacks were successful but said payment details were not affected. "We believe this to be an unauthorised automated attempt to access customer accounts," a spokesman told the BBC. "As a result, we blocked access and asked customers to reset their passwords as a precautionary measure." Customers who previously asked why their passwords had been reset had been told it was the result of "Maintenance" to the firm's website. Air Canada confirmed that 20,000 of its customer accounts might have been breached.

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