Hackers have stolen the hotel booking system used by hotel chains and aggregators to list the price of a hotel room and book the rooms.
This hack is called hotelgzmo.
The hotel booking service was recently compromised by hackers and was linked to the hotelgazine hack.
This new attack is targeting hotels as well.
The hacker, who goes by the name of “KiWiFi”, has been running hotelgzo’s website for over a month, according to an analysis by KrebsOnSecurity.
The website has been accessed more than 30 times since October.
The hackers are asking for $50,000.
It is possible that they are simply seeking to get their hands on the hotel price list.
The hacker has claimed that they have been able to hack hotelgznost.com and its hosting provider.
The hosting provider is a hosting company known as HostGator.
The site’s password is “wot”, a reference to the word “watt”.
KiWifi is a Russian-speaking hacker who has claimed to be in the group known as The Five Eye Movement.
He also goes by K-9, an alias for a Chinese hacker group.
He also uses the alias “k-9”, which is short for K-8.
His LinkedIn profile states that he has been in the hacking group The Five Eyes since October, which is similar to his past activities.
KiFi has claimed credit for other attacks on hotels in the past.
He is one of several known cyber criminals who have taken credit for the hacking of hotels.
He previously said he was in the Five Eyes, which has a reputation for releasing “bigger and better” exploits than other hacking groups.
A previous attack on a hotel, on October 1, which affected up to 1,300 rooms, was the largest ever.
The attack on hotelgizaia.com was reported to the FBI by security firm Symantec in March.
Symantec found evidence that hackers from the group used an exploit to gain unauthorized access to hotel information.
The hotel was sold for $10,000, but the hackers stole credit card numbers, credit card details and other personal information, including personal information for the hotel’s host.
The credit card number of the hotel was later stolen, too.
Hotelgizaian.com is no longer accessible, but users can still view the hotel information on the Hotelgiziaia.
The site still has the same pricing model.
Hotels are also vulnerable to attacks from other hackers, including one called Hotelzoo.
Hotmail, Twitter, Facebook, Google, and PayPal are also compromised by the same attackers.
The company has not publicly released any information about the attacks.
Hotellos.com, a major hotel chain in Europe, said in a blog post that the hotel industry “will be working closely with law enforcement and cyber security experts to secure our network”.
Hotels in Europe are vulnerable to a different type of attack.
A Russian website called Hotelgazoo is an affiliate of hotel chain Grazia.
Gazia is also linked to The Five Eyed Seagull.
The attackers are looking to sell the company’s data for money.