Over the weekend, addition aback leaked United Airline’s cockpit door codes online online.

Anyone who wants to access a cockpit needs a code to get in. Even then, the pilots can override and block their entrance, but merely having the codes would be a coup for anyone attractive to cause atrocity on a flight.

According to the , the breach wasn’t the result of hacking, but addition announcement the codes to “a public website.” It appears to be human error, and the aggregation said in a memo that it was alive on “corrective action.”

The breach was allegedly fixed on Sunday. In the meantime, the airline warned pilots to take extra precautions, including visually acknowledging character before aperture the door to addition — good advice for anyone.

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