TSA WARNS PASSENGERS NOT TO POST PICTURES OF BOARDING PASSES ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The TSA has warned passengers not to post pictures of their boarding passes on social media.
Hackers can use the information contained on boarding passes to access personal information.
Passengers' names, flight numbers, and barcodes are all printed on their boarding cards.
Hackers can use the barcode to access a passenger's frequent flyer account and personal information.
The TSA recommends that passengers shred their boarding passes after their flight.
Passengers should also be cautious of phishing scams that ask for personal information.
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