Man hacked to free flytur in business class

the Airline Brussels Airlines the plaintiff, now a young man, who had a little too long - but very computerferme fingers. The 25-year-old man hacked up into t

Man hacked to free flytur in business class

the Airline Brussels Airlines the plaintiff, now a young man, who had a little too long - but very computerferme fingers. The 25-year-old man hacked up into t

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 mart 2020 Monday 23:00
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Man hacked to free flytur in business class

the Airline Brussels Airlines the plaintiff, now a young man, who had a little too long - but very computerferme fingers.

The 25-year-old man hacked up into their it system, where it succeeded for him to book three tickets in business class from Brussels to New York. It writes the Brussels Times.

- the Man bought a number of tickets through a special app, which is only for our staff. He cancelled subsequent to the tickets, so he got an allowance, but so manipulated he is with the URL, so he could still use the tickets, said Brussels Airlines lawyer Karel Berteloot.

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the Airline will have about 150,000 dollars in damages. They believe it is a real amount relative to the price of the tickets, taxes and other expenses, as the company has had in dealing with the attacker's wicked thing.

- he managed to arrange three tickets in business class to New York, which was 6000 euros (44.833 dollars) worth per piece. The man would better be able to use their talents legally, added Berteloot.

Holiday - 25. oct. 2018 - at. 07:31 Airline in the big datalæk: 9,4 million passengers could be affected

The 25-year-old was in court on Monday, where it emerged that it is the second time, he will be taken for such a crime. He has also broken into other companies ' it systems. Among other things, Lufthansa, Thalys, Mobistar and Proximus.

the Defender for the attacker said in court that there should be a reduction in the financial penalty, since his client has cooperated with Brussels Airlines and told them 'where exactly their weaknesses are' in their it-system.

Domsafgørelsen comes 30. march.

Updated: 09.03.2020 23:00
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