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United Airlines Pays Man a Million Miles for Reporting Bug

United Airlines Pays Man a Million Miles for Reporting Bug

Flying on the wings of bugs.

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All Airlines Have the Security Hole That Grounded Polish Planes

All Airlines Have the Security Hole That Grounded Polish Planes

“We’re using state-of-the-art computer systems, so this could potentially be a threat to others in the industry.”

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All U.S. United Flights Grounded Over Mysterious Problem

All U.S. United Flights Grounded Over Mysterious Problem

All United Airlines flights in the US were grounded this morning for nearly an hour, over “dispatching information.” Though United hasn’t indicated the cause for the grounding, tweets from onboard passengers and a news report have indicated various possible reasons. “United began delaying flights at approximately 8 a.m. CT to ensure aircraft departed with proper […]

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United Will Reward People Who Flag Security Flaws—Sort Of

United Will Reward People Who Flag Security Flaws—Sort Of

United Airlines is launching a bug bounty program inviting researchers to report bugs–weeks after the airline banned a security researcher for doing something similar.

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