In another major incident of cyber security breach, passenger airlines Indigo has, today, said that its official Twitter account had been ‘compromised and the airline team is investigating the matter.
Over a post in the social networking site, Indigo said, “Our handle was compromised @8:32pm on 26 Jan 2017. Our team is investigating the matter. We have taken precautionary actions.”
Our handle was compromised @8:32pm on 26 Jan 2017. Our team is investigating the matter. We have taken precautionary actions
— IndiGo (@IndiGo6E) January 26, 2017
Indigo, a budget airline service, started in 2006, with a current fleet of 126 aircraft, currently operates flights on 41 destinations, including 36 domestic and five international services.
Earlier this year, in January 18, a Dibrugarh bound Indigo flight with 186 passengers made emergency landing in Kolkata. Following the incident, aviation regulator DGCA has ordered probe into the matter which involved serious engine glitch.