Warsaw airport departures grounded after system hack

Chopin International Airport, Warsaw.

Chopin International Airport, Warsaw. Image by Marcin Latka / CC BY-SA 2.0

Ten national and international flights were delayed in Poland on Sunday after hackers compromised computer systems at Warsaw's Chopin International Airport. Around 1400 passengers were affected by the hack, which targeted the systems which issue flight plans. It took approximately five hours to rectify the problem and officials say that no incoming flights were in any danger. The incident is now under investigation. Read more: telegraph.co.uk

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