Is your data on the published list? Find out now…

These days, one of the highlights has been the cyberattack on the Portuguese airline TAP. As we have been following, the Public Ministry is already investigating a computer attack in which hackers managed to steal 581 Gigabytes (GB) of data, corresponding to 1.5 million client data.

The question that arises is… has my data been compromised too? Find out now!

According to a statement released on Wednesday by TAP, customer data that was revealed ‘online’ includes several categories, although it reiterated that “there is no evidence that payment data has been exfiltrated from the systems”. The airline also said that, after this communication, “it will not send messages directly to individual customers on this matter, by any means”.

TAP warned affected customers, but there is a website where you can find out if your data is in the leak. The website is called haveibeenpwned and just enter the e-mail to know if there is any data leak.

TAP: Is your data on the published list?  Find out now...

If your address is on the list, it will appear in the results.

TAP: Is your data on the published list?  Find out now...

TAP: Either way… change the password

If you are a TAP customer, go to, and then select the option login in the upper right corner of the page. Clicking on “Can’t remember your password or want to change it?”. You must then enter your email address in the window to “recover/change my password”. You will receive an email with a link to enter a new password.

For any further clarifications, you can obtain more information by calling 800 204 692 (domestic calls) or +44 203 695 3214 (international). You can also contact TAP’s data protection officer at [email protected]


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