Sergiu Gatlan reports:
Potential attackers could view and change private information in flight bookings made by millions of customers of major international airlines because of a security issue in the Amadeus online booking system found by Safety Detective’s Noam Rotem.
Currently, the Amadeus ticket booking system is being used by 141 international airlines which gives it control over 44% of the global online reservation market, with United Airlines, Lufthansa, and Air Canada being some of its clients.
Read more on BleepingComputer.
See also The Register‘s coverage from yesterday.