Student points out 2nd security flaw on TSA Web site

Wednesday, 16 January 2008, 1:12 AM EST

For those keeping score, it's Chris Soghoian 2, Transportation Security Administration 0. For the second time, Soghoian, an Indiana University graduate student, has succeeded in embarrassing the TSA by exposing potential vulnerabilities to its security systems.

Soghoian first caught the government's attention when he put an airline "boarding pass generator" on his Web site. Visitors to the site generated some 36,000 fake boarding passes before the FBI took it down, he said.

At CNN.

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