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NEW YORK, January 15. /TASS/. Hackers have used malware to target payment card processing systems at 250 hotels of Hyatt Hotels Corporation, including three hotels in Russia, the US company has said in a statement.
"The investigation identified signs of unauthorized access to payment card data from cards used onsite at certain Hyatt-managed locations, primarily at restaurants, between August 13, 2015 and December 8, 2015," the statement reads.
The three hotels in Russia are Ararat Park Hyatt Moscow, Hyatt Regency Sochi and Hyatt Regency Yekaterinburg. The payment card data in Moscow and Sochi could be stolen between August 13 and October 14, and in Yekaterinburg, Urals, between August 13 and December 8.
Some 100 out of the targeted hotels are located in the United States. The company has not given details on how many clients could have been affected.