In California, a homeless man hijacked a plane and flew it 40 km

In California, a homeless man hijacked a small private jet on February 8th. He flew 40 km on it. In this way, the man allegedly tried to show how unreliable the security system at airports is, reports Independent. Luis Gustavo Aires, 50, was arrested on February 8 around 17 p.m....

Online shopping: which payment methods are the safest and which ones to avoid?

From credit and debit cards to digital wallets, peer-to-peer apps and bank transfers, sending money digitally has become the norm these days. This is convenient, but comes with its own risks, especially if you don't take proper safety precautions. And if it comes...

No one is safe: a former cybercriminal told how the darknet works

Several networks provide access to the dark web, including i2p, FreeNet, and To. The dark web is a place where activity cannot be traced. According to the latest report, the most expensive content is child pornography, followed by weapons and drugs.…

How to keep your yard safe from bears: 6 tips

A bear encounter in your home can be alarming, but there are ways to protect your property and keep them from getting too close. Although bears avoid humans, they may be attracted to food sources in residential areas. Westchester News 12 shared…

The pilots decided to have a bite to eat during the flight and almost ruined the plane

Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet punished two of its pilots after they had an in-cabin coffee break, a snack that could have gone completely wrong if one of the hot drinks had been spilled. The publication CNN told in more detail. Photo showing an open cup…

Coronavirus restrictions lifted in the USA: what can Americans do now

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has softened its COVID-19 guidance by lifting the requirement to self-isolate if Americans come into close contact with an infected person. More about the innovations told the publication APNews. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that…

At some airports, you can bypass the queue at security control for free: how to do it

Whether you fly frequently or not, the chances of flight cancellations and delays skyrocket, and the busy summer travel season results in long waits and crowds. Some airports offer passengers free access to long queues at security control. Like this…

Eight Southern California Dangers That Could Cost Your Life

Typically, when you think of Southern California, you do not imagine anything that can be described by the words "deadly" or "scary". But it can be pretty dangerous in this state. From mountain lions and 200 kg bears to bad drivers and wildfires, here ...

Passing security control in 5 seconds: American Airlines launches a special application for its customers

American Airlines (AA) customers traveling with TSA PreCheck can now go through airport security without stress. The airline has teamed up with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to test a mobile identity app that replaces the need for physical boarding passes and ID cards. More about…

You can live lobsters, but no peanut butter: unexpected rules for bringing food on a plane

Summer is my favorite time to travel. While there are currently problems with air travel due to a lack of staff, the number of passengers is skyrocketing after the lifting of many restrictions due to COVID-19. The Transportation Security Administration warns air passengers against accidentally carrying prohibited items in their hand…

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