Flipkart-owned flight booking platform Cleartrip has reported a data breach and the company told its customers that their data was safe.
Cleartrip, in an e-mail to its users, said that “this is to inform you that there has been a security anomaly that entailed illegal and unauthorized access to a part of Cleartrip’s internal systems.”
“No sensitive information pertaining to your Cleartrip account has been compromised as a result of this anomaly of our systems,” Cleartrip said.
“We would like to assure you that aside from some details which are a part of your profile, no sensitive information pertaining to your Cleartrip account has been compromised as a result of this anomaly of our systems. You can choose to reset your password as a precautionary measure,” Cleartrip said.
Cleartrip started informing users about the breach in an ambiguous tone, without revealing any specifics on which data was accessed by the hackers.