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Hackers attacked Trump Hotels

Hackers violated the systems used by 14 different Trump Hotels in the 10 August 2016 and 9 2017 margins, managing to steal sensitive information such as customer credit card details and other personal information.

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In a 9 page notification posted on the official page, Trump Hotels inform customers that hackers have managed to break the Saber systems, a CRS that provides online reservation services and systems rather than their own systems, and confirm that personal information has been exposed.

"After an investigation, Saber informed us at 5 on June 2017 that an unauthorized party gained access to account credentials that allowed access to payment card data and certain booking information for some hotel bookings made through Saber's CRS" , explains the company.

Credit card details, such as the cardholder's name, card number, expiration date, and possibly the security code of the card, have been hijacked by hacker, explain Trump Hotels along with names, E-mail, phone numbers, addresses, and other information commonly used by a hotel reservation service. Information such as social security number, passport and driving license are absolutely safe.

"We are working with Saber to address this issue. Saber hired a leading cyber security firm to support her investigation and said she also informed law enforcement companies and payment card companies about this incident, "Trump Hotels reported.

As happens whenever a violation that exposes credit card information is recommended, customers are advised to monitor their account transactions, and the company says any unusual activity should be reported immediately to the authorities.

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