As reported by privacy Rights Clearinghouse: Delta now says that payment-card information for about several c thousand airline customers may have been exposed by a malware hack last downfall that also strike Sears and other companies.The airline says that the malware snipe may have exposed customers names, addresses, citation card numbers, card security codes and expiration dates.Delta airwave Lines Inc. offered the additional details about the attack on Thursday, a day after saying that only a small subset of customers was affected.The Atlanta-based airline said that it wasnt sure whether customers information was actually compromised by malware that it believes was in software used by (24)7.ai, which provided the airline with online chat services for customers, for about 2 weeks. The software fellowship said it discovered and fixed the hack in October. The HackNotice security research team discovered a data leak file associated with this domain. According to the hacker, this domain was allegedly hacked. If there are no other sources attached to this hack notice, then we don't have an official revelation of a data incident, so this cut is only implied.