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Albany Airport Hacked

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Hacker Ag3nt47 recently breached the Web site for New York's Albany International Airport and published sensitive data on both Pastebin and AnonPaste.me (h/t Cyber War News).

The leaked data includes six admin user names and encrypted passwords, along with a handful of articles from the site.

The hacker also noted on Twitter that he had uncovered vulnerabilities in the Web sites for Fort Lauderdale International Airport and San Francisco International Airport, though it's not yet clear whether he exploited the flaws.

Other recent targets of Ag3nt47 include Monsanto, Peugeot, Ex Army UK, Harvard, Stanford and MIT.

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