KLM and Air France notify their customers about account hacks

KLM and Air France have advised Flying Blue customers about the exposure of some personal data after they were compromised.

Flying Blue allows clients to redeem loyalty points for various rewards.

Our security teams detected unusual behavior in your account by an unauthorised entity. “We have taken corrective measures to ensure that your data is not exposed again,” notification sent to affected customers.

“Our Information Security department takes steps to stop any suspicious activity regarding your account.”

KLM confirmed the attack via Twitter. one of its impacted customers that the “attack was blocked in the timeframe and no miles were charged.”

KLM stated that “I would however like to invite you change your Flying Blue Password via the Flying Blue website.”

These reports were [ , and HTML3_3 ] from social media accounts of customers that received breach notifications.

Their names, emails addresses and phone numbers are all included in the list. Flying Blue details such as their earning miles balance, is also possible to be compromised.

In addition to stating that the breach did not involve customers’ payment or credit card information, there were also alerts.

Customers affected by the breach were also advised that their accounts would be locked and they should go to Air France and KLM to reset their passwords.

BleepingComputer reached Air France and KLM earlier this morning, but they didn’t respond to our requests.