Hackers Ground 1400 Passengers in Poland


poland airlinesAt least 10 flights were canceled and an additional 12 delayed after hackers attacked the central computer system of Poland’s national airline Sunday.

More than 1,400 LOT passengers were affected by the glitch at Warsaw’s Okecie airport, but officials said service was back to normal by Sunday evening.

Flights to Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Copenhagen, and Polish cities were affected. The source of the hack was not immediately clear. Read more at BBC News.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. If hackers get caught the international law should require the death penalty. This must stop! They put countless lives in serious danger with their activities.

  2. The hackers broke the Polish coded password reported to have been 1-2-3-1-2-3
    The polish security kept a round the clock team of six employed each with the sole responsibility of remembering one of the six numbers. In case one forgot his number, it could only be accessed in the national security vault where other Polish secrets are guarded such as the recipe for ice and how to change light bulbs.


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