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Limassol travel agency hacked

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A Limassol travel agency alleged that it was hacked with the perpetrators falsely purchasing 31 tickets from Senegal to Morocco at a cost of €30,000.

The agency reported the incident to the police, claiming that hackers gained access to the company’s servers last Wednesday and carried out the attack.

The Limassol agency has since been in contact with the linked business and informed them of the attack, while Limassol said that investigations are ongoing.

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