Marriott Hackers Stole Data On 500 Million Guests -- Passports And Credit Card Info Included
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Credit card info and passport details of 500 million Marriott guests stolen in mammoth data breach
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... including passport details and credit card numbers. Up to 500m Marriott customers may have been affected by the attack
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Marriott discloses data breach of up to 500 million hotel guests' credit cards, passports
It includes highly sensitive information like credit card details and passport numbers. Marriott Hotel
Marriott breach leaves 500 million exposed with passport, card numbers stolen
Marriott said hackers had gained access to the Starwood reservation system since 2014
Marriott data breach exposes up to 500 million guests' personal information
Hackers spent four years obtaining credit card and passport numbers and other personal data, including
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Marriott says as many as 500 million Starwood guests' data may have been breached
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Intelligence and cybersecurity sources say the data breach that exposed the records of up to 500 million customers at the Marriott-owned Starwood hotel ...
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Marriott says massive data breach compromised info of up to 500M
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They include W Hotels, St. Regis, Sheraton, Westin, Element, Aloft, The Luxury Collection, Le Méridien and Four Points.
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