Japan Airlines Co. said Wednesday that personal information on up to 750,000 JAL mileage club members may have leaked after someone gained unauthorized access to the company’s computer system
The data include members’ names, addresses, birthdays and email addresses, the company said, adding that it has not confirmed the leak of passwords or credit card numbers.
A program to extract customer data and send them to a server in Hong Kong was planted on 23 personal computers at JAL. Seven of the 23 computers are believed to have actually sent data.Type: PII
First Noted: 24 Sept 2014
Total Records: 750,000
Status: Not Monitoring for Follow Up (Not a client of SLC Security Services LLC)