TOKYO -- Personal information of at least 190,337 frequent flier customers may have been stolen in a recent cyberattack, Japan Airlines said Monday in an interim report.
The airline revealed the number of customers whose personal information the breached computers held. Machines were infected with malware and made to send out data, but just how many JAL Mileage Bank members were affected is unclear.
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