A Florida woman has been arrested for allegedly tampering with aircraft records from a flight training school, whose CEO has warned that the incident could lead to aircraft maintenance problems. May have to
Local TV station. News Channel 9 It was first reported that Lorraine Lloyd, 26, of Broward County, was the main culprit. Authorities charged. With one count of fraudulent computer use and two counts of unauthorized access to a computer system or network.
Lead quit his job as flight operations manager at Melbourne Flight Training (MFT) in November 2019, the same day the company fired his father, Hampton Lloyd, who was the school’s director of maintenance. Investigators determined that someone was using the current flight operations manager’s login. Potentially dangerous changes to flight software, MFT CEO Derek Fallon wrote in an affidavit obtained through the channel, Models, and The tail numbers of 12 aircraft were missing, aircraft reminders were deleted, and some aircraft were marked as maintenance issues.
According to the motherboard.Fallon said he first saw the changes to the Flight Circle app on January 17, 2020, and grounded all flights. He informed the police of his suspicions that Lloyds was behind the incident five days later.
An affidavit from a Melbourne Airport police officer’s affidavit states that the plane. “It was probably unsafe to fly” was “deliberately made into an airplane.” The flight operations manager, who is still employed at MFT, denied making the changes, and according to News Channel 9, investigators tracked the changes to his computer. Hampton Lloyd:
Investigators determined that the IP address used to log in to the software belonged to Lauren Lede’s father. Lede’s father said he had “no clue” as to why his computer was used to access the MFT computer.
He was pressured that if he knew anyone who wanted to sabotage computer information, he said, “I’m worried about my daughter at the moment.”
According to police, Hampton Lloyd said his daughter “can’t wait to get out” and Fallon “tortured” her.
The father “confessed” to sabotaging the flight system, police said in court documents reviewed by News Channel 9, but detectives determined “Lauren Lloyd is one of the few people in the area who has Knowledge, skills, And the ability to modify the database. Alleged investigator. It did not say how Lloyd got Flight Circle the current employee’s password.