Eurostar Resets Customer Passwords After Hack Attack

After detecting an attempt to break into an unspecified number of accounts, Eurostar reset the customer’s login password. The rail service said “it had notified those whose accounts had been targeted.”Click Here For More.

A spokesman told the BBC “We believe this to be an unauthorised automated attempt to access customer accounts,” the spokesman added “We deliberately never store any bank card information, so there is no possibility of compromise to credit card or payment details.” The company said the attack took place between October 15 and 19 and involved a small number of Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.

Cathay Pacific said British Airways had consulted the personal data of 9.4 million passengers and found two attacks, one involving 380,000 transactions through Cathay Pacific’s website and the other involving more than 185,000 people whose payment card information was stolen by Air Cana. DA confirms that the customer account of 20000 may be damaged.

Self-driving Taxis Launched In Guangzhou

Three self-driving taxis set off in Guangzhou on Thursday, believed to be the first in China.Click Here For More.

The taxi is an electric SUV, managed by two experienced drivers. In the initial stage, the taxi runs from 14:00 to 16:00 a day in the giant center of higher education in Guangzhou province, China.

Guangzhou Baiyun Taxi Group Co., Ltd. is one of the largest taxi companies in South China, responsible for operating new cars. The company said that the service time and scope will be expanded in the future.

Drivers monitoring autonomous taxis have received at least 200 hours of training to adapt to their new roles.