E-ticketing flaw could allow hackers to print boarding passes

E-ticketing systems used by eight major airlines, including Southwest, suffer from a lax security that could expose personal information and result in tampering with seats and boarding passes. Researchers at mobile security firm Wandera published a report highlighting vulnerability found in check-in emails delivered to passengers. While there is no evidence of any significant breach, the vulnerability may still give travelers pause. Engadget

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