Maia Arson Crimew better known by her online handles deletescape and anti-proprietary is a Swiss programmer and hacker by the name of crimew. As a young adult, Crimew entered the field of information technology and created Lawnchair Launcher, a widely used Android app launcher.
After leaking what is believed to be the American TSA’s No Fly List earlier this week, queer hacker Maia Arson Crimew has remained in the spotlight. Find out if the blog of Maia Arson Crimew who leaked information about terrorists is still active or whether it died a tragic death.
What Happened With Maia Arson Crimew After She Leaked the TSA’s No Fly List?
Maia Arson Crimew has been the target of widespread social media outrage ever since she posted the leaked No Fly List data from the government database on her blog. Many internet users are talking about Crimew and the backlash she’s received for identifying as a bi lesbian and they’re highlighting her photo “Holy F*cking Bingle.”
After leaking the TSA No-fly list there is no action has been taken against the Swiss hacker by law enforcement at this time. However, in March of last year, a U.S. grand jury indicted Crimew on criminal charges related to her alleged hacking activity in 2019 and 2021.
Because of her server hacking and public leaks, she may be called to appear before government authorities again. The good news is that the TSA has removed much of the sensitive information from the No Fly List.
How did Maia Gain Access to the TSA’s No-fly list via an Airline Server?
The unsecured server was reportedly discovered by a Swiss hacker going by the handle “maia arson crimew” while using the niche search engine Shodan, as reported by The Daily Dot. Lots of sensitive data, including a no-fly list from 2014 was apparently stored on the server.
Crimew wrote a blog post about it called “how to completely own an airline in 3 easy steps” and he said he stumbled across the server out of boredom. Simply by snooping around they uncovered it.
Crimew writes on their blog, “At this point, I’ve probably clicked through about 20 boring exposed servers with very little of any interest when suddenly I start seeing some familiar words.”
The server, discovered by hacker @_nyancrimew, was secured prior to publication.
CommuteAir says the list was a version from 2019.
The Daily Dot was able to find numerous high-profile figures including the recently-freed Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout & at least 16 aliases.
— Mikael Thalen (@MikaelThalen) January 19, 2023
The regional US airline CommuteAir with headquarters in Ohio confirmed to the Daily Dot that the data on the server was genuine. The host machine is no longer available. CommuteAir’s Director of Corporate Communications Erik Kane told the Daily Dot that the server held information from the 2019 version of the federal no-fly list which included first and last names and dates of birth.
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