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The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday it will allow airlines to expand the use of portable electronic devices in flight. The agency said it is immediately providing airlines with guidance for implementation, the time frame for which is expected to vary among carriers.

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Our researchers in the AV Labs found the following malicious spam campaigns related to airline flights that we’re highlighting this week: ‘Preferred Seat Order’ leads to malware infection. Patrons of American Airlines (AA) were targetted by online criminals via a surge of spam claiming to be “preferred seat order” email notifications.  Image and text links on the message […]

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Matthew, one of our researchers at the AV Labs, flagged us regarding a Facebook scam he spotted late last weekend. And his timing could not have been more impeccable. The scam is about Southwest Airlines giving away free tickets. Now, as a practical rule of thumb, if something free is given by (a) a non-friend, […]

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