Spanish airline Air Europa has disclosed that it suffered a cyberattack on its online payment system, as a result of which certain customers had their credit card information compromised. The company has already notified the affected customers and relevant financial institutions. The company has not revealed the number of customers affected or the financial impact of the cyberattack. Air Europa has stated that no other information was exposed and that there is no evidence that the breach was used for fraudulent activities. The customers whose credit card details were exposed have been advised to cancel their cards and have them replaced to avoid any potential misuse.
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