Another data leak involving the Winny file-sharing program came to light Wednesday as All Nippon Airways said access codes for restricted areas at 29 airports, including major gateways such as Narita, were leaked onto the Internet from an ANA captain’s personal computer in November.

ANA said it was notified by the transport ministry Nov. 8 that data — including passwords to restricted areas at 29 airports in Japan — had been put on the Internet. The incident was not publicized for security reasons.

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