LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal’s national airline, TAP Air Portugal, says hackers have obtained the personal information of some of its customers and posted that information on the dark web.
No payment information was taken in the cyber attack, the airline said in a statement late Wednesday.
The attack began nearly a month ago and is being investigated by Portuguese authorities, with the help of experts from Microsoft, the airline said.
The hackers obtained the name, nationality, gender, date of birth and address, email and contact information, the airline said, without elaborating.
Portuguese newspaper Expresso reported that a hacker group called Ragnar Locker is offering information about 1.5 million TAP Air Portugal customers on the dark web.