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Jan. 9, 2022, 3:31 p.m. | /u/Lyut

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I'll try to be fairly short because I don't want to give too much hints but at the same time I didn't really feel like making a throwaway for this question.

Basically I have found a vulnerability in a software that at least 180+ airlines over the world are using, and pretty big ones.

The vulnerability allows me to query tons of data regarding flights, crew anagraphics, expected and actual departure/arrival times. I'm not sure wether or not these queries …

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