Why you should never post photos of your airline boarding passes online, a morality tale illustrated with former Australian Prime Ministers:
@acb “For security reasons, we try to change our Prime Minister every six months, and to never use the same Prime Minister on multiple websites.”
@acb This is a spectacular read.
quite long-winded, but the funny writing style had me smiling several times. :)
@acb That's a great read. "Instagram, in case you don’t know it, is an app you can open up on your phone any time to look at ads" 😂 😂 😂
@dajbelshaw Indeed, 'fresh' booking refs (they get recycled often), but also freq flier numbers are weak spots. Much less entertaining, the stuff I found on my boarding passes, a post from 2016 https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2016/01/boarding-pass-barcodes-scary/
@ton Ah yes, as you point out, the main weakness is (as ever) airline websites. Which are universally crap, I've found.
@ton Thank you!
Oh my god this is hilarious. Not only is this guy a clever security analyst (hacker by mistake?), he is so damn good at telling stories.
Thanks for sharing.
omg I feel so called out hahaha
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