Target: Expedia Orbitz – 880K data breach

Travel giant Expedia Orbitz, has disclosed a security breach that’s affected at least 880,000 customer payment cards. It appears that the attackers had potential access to the data between the Oct. 1, 2017 and Dec. 22, 2017. The investigation revealed that the attackers had potentially exposed customer names, addresses, payment card information and email addresses when the legacy site was compromised. Expedia Orbitz reported the issue on March 27th and says the issue was addressed when it was discovered on the 1st of October 2017.

Orbitz doesn’t have direct evidence of what information was actually stolen at this time. Working closely with law enforcement, Orbitz was able to confirm that no U.S. social security numbers were exposed.

General information on the data breach –Click Here

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