A man stands outside Chopin airport terminal near a poster of the newly purchased Boeing 787 Dreamliner by Polish airline LOT in Warsaw, December 12, 2012. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel
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No airline is safe from the type of cyber attack that grounded aircraft and hundreds of passengers at Poland's busiest airport at the weekend, the chief executive of Polish national carrier LOT said Monday.The airline said there was never any danger to passengers from the attack since it did not affect systems used by aircraft while in the air.Ruben Santamarta, a researcher on airline's cyber-security, said there were not enough details on the LOT attack to properly assess what happened.The Lot system has no public site.
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