Personal information of 160 million tourists who visited Thailand leaked online

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The personal information of numerous tourists visiting Thailand was leaked.

The same news was delivered by the Bangkok Post on the 23rd.

According to reports, the personal information of 106 million foreign tourists who visited Thailand was leaked online last month.

This was discovered by a cybersecurity research company official.
The company official said in 2011 He explained that the personal information of people who have visited Thailand in the past 10 years has been exposed.

was also leaked.
The company notified the Thai cybersecurity authorities immediately after discovering that personal information had been leaked.
The next day, authorities blocked access to the relevant information. According to the
company, the leaked information includes names, genders, passport numbers, arrival dates in Thailand, visa types, etc. .

However, the company has not been able to confirm how long the leaked information has been exposed online.

Regarding this, TAT Commissioner Yuthasak Supasson said, “Tourists know that this will not happen again.

In addition, “tourists visit Thailand if there are concerns about personal information security. I’ll think twice before I do, especially business visitors.”

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