Malicious ads were found to be redirecting victims to the Angler Exploit Kit, according to Malwarebytes researchers.
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The data potentially exposed includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers, lab results, medical conditions and health insurance information.
The stolen data includes flight manifests, which identify flights' passengers, origins and destinations.
The hackers say the attacks were launched to protest the TTIP and TPP, and to retaliate for the shooting of James Daniel McIntyre by Candian police.
The hackers are threatening to release all of the stolen data if the site isn't shut down.
The data potentially stolen includes names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and medical information.
According to the New York Times, Cardinals officials allegedly tried a series of passwords until they successfully accessed the Astros' network.