European high-speed railway service Eurostar reset all user account passwords after a security incident, according to the Telegraph.
The rail company detected unauthorized attempts to access user accounts between October 15 and 19, and immediately sent a notification email to the customers affected. Hackers used legitimate email addresses and passwords on the Eurostar website.
The company says the attack did not compromise credit card and payment details, which are not stored on their systems. They blocked accounts to prevent things from getting out of hand.