Make your own Airline Boarding Pass
By Frank Wickham-Oracle on Feb 14, 2008
A friend of mine has pointed out that if you are using an older version of the browser Mozilla or Fire Fox you have the ability to save the page you are viewing as postscript. Then with any old text editor you can go into the postscript file and change the information as you see fit.
In the case of online airline check in, a security hole has been brought to my attention. Someone can display and print a boarding pass. They also can save it to a file and edit it. Changing the flight number, date and time this allows someone with a questionable background access beyond the airport security check points. Of course if an airline is using some type of scanning as part of their boarding process they should not get access to the plane.