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Credential-stuffers enjoy up to 2% attack success rate – report

It's kinda easy when all the passwords are 1234567 Hackers achieve a success rate of 0.1 to 2 per cent when reusing stolen credentials to...

LAM Mozambique Airlines took damage while landing, may have hit a...

EnlargeLAM Mozambique Airlines reader comments 2 Share this story LAM Mozambique Airlines has told Portuguese-language media that one of its aircraft was struck...

Travel booking systems ‘wide open’ to abuse – report

Let me check my Rolodex... T for Travel Agent ... Legacy travel booking systems disclose travellers’ private information, security researchers warn. Travel bookings worldwide are maintained...

Gogo Aims to Improve Airline WiFi Security with Bug Bounty Program

Security researchers can now look for security flaws in Gogo's in-flight internet and entertainment system, with the promise of getting paid up to $1,500...

Luggage Tag Code Unlocks Your Flights, Identity to Hackers

The security used for travel bookings worldwide is very poor and open to abuse. Booking a flight has become a simple process thanks to the...

Security Vulnerabilities Discovered in Airline In-Flight Entertainment Systems

Security firm IOactive finds multiple security flaws in Panasonic's Avionic In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) system that could potentially give an attacker unauthorized access. Panasonic disagrees. Security...

This is your captain speaking… or is it?

In-flight entertainment systems create hacker risk, say researchers Vulnerabilities in Panasonic in-flight entertainment systems create a possible mechanism for attackers to control in-flight displays, PA...

US flight regulators consider whether to allow or bar in-flight Wi-Fi...

Travis Olbrichreader comments 57 Share this story The Internet-connected world could get even more connected as federal aviation officials are considering rules...

Melbourne man arrested for broadcasting fake messages to pilots

Commerical kit, not hacking, all that's needed. Melbourne man Paul Sant has been charged with unauthorised broadcasting over to pilots over radio bands restricted to...

After near misses, careless British drone pilots told to heed Dronecode

EnlargeEmmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images reader comments 7 Share this story In an effort to stamp down on irresponsible drone flights, the Civil Aviation Authority...

Urgent! Log in for spear-phisher survey or your account will be...

Europol: Cybercrims getting more devious Europol’s annual cyber-crime survey warns that the quality of spearphishing and other "CEO fraud" is continuing to improve and "cybercrime-as-a-service"...