Leak of EasyJet

British low-cost airline EasyJet today admitted that the company has fallen victim to a cyber-attack, which it labeled « highly sophisticated, » exposing email addresses and travel details of around 9 million of its customers is still struggling financially as well as being plagued by technical issues with many outdated equipment features such remote controls on some aircraft.
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