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A hacker stumbled upon TSA's no-fly list via unsecured airline server

Everybody makes mistakes at work but, leaving the no-fly list exposed on the internet seems like a really bad mess-up. That’s reportedly what happened with the U.S. airline CommuteAir. The Daily Dot reported that a Swiss hacker known as “maia arson crimew” found the unsecured server while using the specialized search engine Shodan. There was apparently a lot of sensitive information on the server, including a version of the no-fly list from four years ago. Somewhat hilariously that was reportedly found via a text file labeled “NoFly.csv.” That is…not hard to guess. A blog post from crimew titled “how to

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