Buying 'Access' to a Major Airport's Security System Apparently Costs Less Than £8

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Security researchers discovered that, for just $10 (£7.56) on the dark web, it appears someone could essentially buy their way into an international airport’s security system. This finding from McAfee’s team of researchers signals how a weak link can undermine systems that may otherwise seem thoroughly secured, even as billions of dollars are put towards locking things up.

The research team says it found “access linked to security and building automation systems of a major international airport” for sale through a

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