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  • Scandinavian Airlines hacked

    Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is the largest airline in Scandinavia, founded in 1946. It is a joint venture between three countries: Sweden, Norway and Denmark. The company maintains a large network of routes in Europe, Asia and North America, offers regular and charter flights to many countries of the world.

    On the evening of February 14, SAS was subjected to a cyber attack, as a result of which its website and mobile application were unavailable for some time, and customer data was compromised.

    Karin Nyman, SAS spokesperson, urged customers to temporarily stop using the website and mobile app until experts can stop the attack and mitigate its consequences.

    Representatives of local news outlets tried to open the SAS website after Nyman's statement and found that the site's home page loaded correctly. However, when you try to search or book a flight, the site only returns bare HTML code.

    Sweden's national news agency reported that the hacker attack compromised the integrity of the company's internal databases. In this regard, customers who tried to log into the SAS mobile application using their data fell into other people's accounts.

    On the same day, according to local media, there was an attack on Sveriges Television (SVT), Sweden's national public broadcaster. Her website was also down on February 14.

    A group calling itself Sudan Anonymous claimed responsibility for the attack on the SVT. The group justifies these attacks by the act of burning the Quran in Sweden, which took place in January of this year.

    It is possible that the same group is behind the attack on Scandinavian Airlines, but there is no reliable confirmation of this assumption yet.

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