American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters
American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters

UN aviation agency ICAO was ‘hacked by Chinese group’ and tried conceal it, report claims

  • The UN agency is responsible for setting international civil aviation standards, including for safety and security
  • Attack allowed malware to spread throughout the airline industry

Topic |   Aviation
American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters
American plane maker and defence contractor Lockheed Martin alerted the ICAO that its servers had been hijacked to spread malware to government and airline computers. File photo: Reuters
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