A 2019 copy of the United States TSA “no fly” list is now in the hands of hackers. The 1.5 million name list (which includes aliases) was snagged from an airline called CommuteAir, from their Amazon Web Services server. It’s not fully clear as to all of the information, but it does appear to be the basic names and birthdates. Terrorists and arms dealers may be having their identities stolen, but that leads to another question… Would you want to steal the identity of a Russian arms dealer? What are the repercussions of something like this? Seriously… on all fronts… it seems not only bad, but scary bad.
A Swiss hacker discovered a Transportation Security Administration “No Fly” list dating back to 2019 while browsing the internet and leaked its contents.