The hacker group Ragnar Locker has published the data of 1.5 million TAP clients. 581 gigabytes of personal information have been online since Monday. In a post on the dark web, the hacker group said that they still have remote access to the systems of TAP.
The published personal data includes addresses, phone numbers, client names, and the identification documents of professionals and TAP partners.
In a post on the dark web, Ragnar Locker said, “the most interesting thing is that they have not resolved the vulnerabilities on their network, and these kinds of incidents can happen again. If anyone needs remote access to TAP Air, let us know.”
TAP contacted the affected clients on Tuesday, saying that the publishing of their data can “increase the risk” of “illegitimate use” of their data.
TAP has also said that “the adopted measures allow us to guarantee the integrity of the data and the operation of all systems safely.”